Julia’s HBO Max series has been renewed for a second season. The renewal comes a day before the debut of the first season’s finale. HBO Max has reported that their series Julia has been renewed for a second season at the streaming service.
Julia is a series in light of the existence of powerful/influential cook and TV host Julia Child, played in the series by Sarah Lancashire. Julia Child facilitated the profoundly compelling and award-winning series The French Chief between 1963 and 1973, one of the main cooking shows in America. The series Julia through her profession and life as key crossroads in American history occur around her, including the rise of public TV and social developments like the rise of woman’s rights and the development, all while inspecting the idea of superstar and America’s cultural evolution.
The first season of Julia debuted on March 31 on HBO Max and will contain an aggregate of eight episodes, with its season finale set to air on the streaming service today(5th May). “Through her incredible execution, Sarah Lancashire welcomed us into the presence of Julia Child, a trailblazer who, among her various accomplishments, renamed the likely results of public TV and, consequently, brought French food and culture into American front rooms”, said Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Content, HBO Max.
“We are energetic about our creative team, driven by Chris Keyser and Daniel Goldfarb, and the talented cast who spellbound all of us with relentless support of warmth and allure. Julia is the ideal show for this second and we expect to serve more in season two.”
The series stars Last Tango in Halifax alum Sarah Lancashire as the nominal Julia, and the series is propelled by Child’s life and her long-running cooking show The French Chef.
The series’ cast likewise incorporates David Hyde Pierce (Frasier) as Julia’s better half Paul; Bebe Neuwirth (Blue Bloods) as Childs’ closest companion Avis; Brittany Bradford (Fear the Walking Dead) as the WGBH worker who initially turned into a boss of Child’s work; Fran Kranz (Dollhouse) as the WGBH producer who made The French Chef; and Fiona Glascott (Indian Summers) as the editor who chipped away at the book Mastering the Art of French Cooking. (We’re assuming this multitude of people are back for Season 2.)
“Julia” is produced by Lionsgate and 3 Arts Entertainment. Keyser and Goldfarb’s chief produce close by Erwin Stoff of 3 Arts Entertainment, Kimberly Carver, Charles McDougall and Erica Lipez. Todd Schulkin is a Consulting Producer for the benefit of The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts.