has been given the pink slip.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s docu-reality series about first-time
filmmakers directing a feature-length movie was canceled on Tuesday. The news
comes ahead of Damon’s return to the Bourne
film franchise with Jason Bourne
debuting in theaters on Friday, July 29.
“When we picked up a new season in 2014, we imagined a one
season revival and decided in early 2016 another season did not make sense for
us,” HBO confirmed to ET. “We are proud of the show and were pleased with its
run throughout the years.”
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which ran for four seasons, first debuted on HBO in 2002. After two seasons,
the series moved to Bravo. After a decade, HBO revived the series, bringing
back Damon and Affleck as executive producers and mentors to Jason Mann, who was
chosen to direct a film for the network.