HBO Max Acquires Two Weeks to Live, Unveils Trailer, Poster & Premiere


HBO Max Acquires Two Weeks to Live, Unveils Trailer, Poster & Premiere Date

HBO Max acquires Two Weeks to Live, unveils trailer, poster & premiere

After debuting to rave reviews in September in the UK and working with the star on the Emmy-winning Game of Thrones, HBO Max has acquired the rights to the Maisie Williams-starring dark comedy limited series Two Weeks to Live and have unveiled the first poster, trailer and November premiere date on the streaming platform. The trailer can be viewed in the player below!

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Two Weeks to Live tells a comic tale of love and revenge born from a seemingly harmless prank that goes terribly wrong. Kim Noakes, an early 20-something oddball who, since the murder of her father, has been sequestered away in the wilderness with her doomsday-prepping mother for most of her life. Feeling compelled to go on a belated coming-of-age adventure, Kim sets out to find her dad’s killer and along the way ropes mismatched brothers Jay and Nicky into her scheme.

Alongside the Emmy-nominated Game of Thrones alum in her first television role since the fan-favorite fantasy series, the dark comedy stars BAFTA winner and Emmy nominee Sian Clifford (Fleabag), Mawaan Rizwan (Sex Education), Jason Flemyng (A Christmas Carol), Michael Begley (Doctor Who), Kerry Howard (The Trouble With Maggie Cole) and Sean Pertwee (Gotham).

The six-part series series is written and created by Gaby Hull and was commissioned by Zai Bennett, Managing Director Content, Sky and Jon Mountague along with Josh Cole as the commissioning editor. The project is executive produced by Phil Temple, produced by Charlotte Surtees and Kudos and directed by Al Campbell.

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Two Weeks to Live first premiered on the UK-based Sky One in early September to rave reviews from critics and is set to debut on HBO Max on November 5.






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