HBO brings viewers back to the early days of the Los Angeles Lakers with new series win time: Rise of the Lakers Dynasty Premiering it on Sunday. The series by co-creators Max Borenstein and Jim Hecht only debuted to 1 million viewers.
The series opened to approximately 900,000 viewers per HBO, linear viewing and HBO Max streaming. Winning Time already filled the respective 9 pm Sunday slot Excitement, To compare plays, Excitement Premiered his series in June 2019 577,00 for linear audience and grew to 1 million viewers with viewing on HBO Go/Now prior to the launch of HBO Max. Excitement The Season 2 premiere broke HBO and HBO Max records with a total of 2.4 million viewers.
win time A ten-episode series about the professional and personal life of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of the sport’s most iconic and prominent dynasties—a team that defined an era, both on and off the court. Series John C. Reilly as Jerry Buss, Quincy Isaiah as Magic Johnson, Jason Clarke as Jerry West, Adrien Brody as Pat Riley, Gabby Hoffman as Claire Rothman, Tracy Letts as Jack McKinney , Jason Segel as Paul Westhead, Julian Nicholson as Cranny McKinney, Hadley Robinson as Jenny Buss, Devon Nixon as Norm Nixon, Solomon Hughes as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tamera Tomakili as Arlitha “Cookie” Kelly As in, Brett Cullen as Bill Sharman, Stephen Adley Gurgis as Frank Mariani, Spencer Garrett as Chick Hearn. Sarah Ramos as Cheryl Pistono, Molly Gordon as Linda Zafrani, Joey Brooks as Lon Rosen, Delante Desouza as Michael Cooper, Jimel Atkins as Jamal Wilkes, Austin Aaron as Mark Landsberger, Brad Holland as John Young, with Rob Morgan as Arvin Johnson Sr. and Sally Field as Jesse Bus.
Kevin Mesicum of Hyperobject Industries produces with executive showrunner and writer Borenstein. Jim Hecht is executive producer, writer and co-producer. Adam McKay is an executive producer and directed the pilot. Rodney Barnes serves as executive producer and writer. Jason Schuman and Scott Stephens also serve as executive producers.