Both shows will begin their season on June 27, two weeks after “True Blood’s” June 13 bow. The lineup from last summer will remain intact, with “True Blood” airing at 9 p.m. ET, “Hung” at 10 and “Entourage” at 10:30.
HBO has little reason to tinker with the lineup, which posted very strong ratings for the channel last summer. “True Blood” hit a new ratings high seemingly every week, and the big lead-in also gave “Hung” a strong first season (better than 2 million viewers per episode) and drove “Entourage” to its best numbers in several seasons.
The two comedies will be taking over the 10 p.m. Sunday slot from “Treme,” which will end its first season in early June.
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