‘How to Make It in America’ Coming Back For Seconds

by | April 22, 2010 at 9:16 AM | How To Make It In America, TV News

Bryan Greenberg & Victor Rasuk in How to Make it in America (Eric Liebowitz/HBO)

Bryan Greenberg & Victor Rasuk in How to Make it in America (Eric Liebowitz/HBO)

HBO’s comedy ‘How to Make It in America‘ has hustled its way to a second season renewal.

Created by Ian Edleman, ‘How to Make It’ stars Bryan Greenberg, Victor Rasuk, and Lake Bell as a group of 20-something New Yorkers who attempt to find success in the fashion and interior design industries.

Bell took to Twitter to celebrate the news, tweeting, “Well, there it is! WOOWEE! RT @HBO: Looking forward to seeing more from @bryangreenberg and @lakebell in a second season of #howtomakeit.” Greenberg echoed his co-star’s sentiments, writing, “Just heard two great words from @hbo about #howtomakeit…..SEASON TWO!!!!!!!!”

The show’s April 4 season finale found Bell’s character Rachel embarking on a world tour of self-discovery (“I’m going to throw tacks at a map and see where they land…but I’ll be aiming for Paris.”) after sleeping with ex Ben (Greenberg), and dumping both her boyfriend and job in one clean cut. In a recent interview, Bell confessed she’d like to see Rachel play the field in the event of a second season pickup.

The eight-episode sophomore season of ‘How to Make It’ is scheduled to debut on HBO in summer of 2011.

Comcast HBO Subscribers Can Watch The First Season Here