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  • Review: HBO's 'Girls,' 'Looking'

    Watching "Girls," "Looking" and the new half-hour "Togetherness" (reviewed separately) in close proximity over the holidays revealed the game of small-ball HBO is playing with this 90-minute comedy block. All three shows represent variations on the same theme, with self-absorbed characters (twentysomethings, gays, yuppies, respectively) living and loving in an urban setting (New York, San Francisco, L.A.). That's not to say the shows lack strengths, only that the sameness begins to feel a trifle numbing, perhaps foremost in "Girls" -- which has been around the longest -- and least with "Looking," which fares best as the equivalent of one long, serialized indie movie.
  • 'Looking's' Raul Castillo talks season finale: 'I was proud of Richie'

    'Looking's' Raul Castillo talks season finale: 'I was proud of Richie'
    He’s a guy who knows how to make an entrance and an exit. In the pilot episode of HBO’s“Looking,” barber-and-bouncer Richie came in by way of  Muni Metro—his flirtatious charm enticing Patrick (Jonathan Groff) to step out...

    HBO renews 'Looking' for second season

    HBO renews 'Looking' for second season
    "Looking," HBO's gay-themed dramedy, has found its Mr. Season 2. The premium cable network announced Wednesday it will be bringing back the half-hour show, about a trio of friends navigating adulthood in San Francisco, for a sophomore season. Production...

    HBO Renews Dramedy 'Looking' for Season 2

    "Looking" is no one-season stand for HBO. The pay cabler has renewed the dramedy about three gay friends in San Francisco for a sophomore year. "Looking" premiered last month to a small audience, but has grown its audience with each of its last three...

    'Looking' recap: 'Looking for $220/Hour'

    'Looking' recap: 'Looking for $220/Hour'
    The first shot of "Looking for $220/Hour" picks up right where its predecessor left off: With Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and his boss Kevin (Russell Tovey) on opposite sides of a desk playing a video game. It's a deceptive, clever start to an episode...