'Bored to Death' Cancellation: Creator Jonathan Ames Invites Fans for a Toast
The writer announced that he will celebrate the series at the Brooklyn Inn on Wednesday, Dec. 21, offering to buy drinks for any viewers in attendance.
Bored to Death creator Jonathan Ames is sending his quirky HBO series off with a toast.
On the heels of news that HBO had cancelled the half-hour comedy, Ames has invited viewers to celebrate its three-year run with a drink. On Tuesday, Ames told The Gothamist, "I invite all fans of Bored to Death to come to the Brooklyn Inn tomorrow night, Wednesday, and I'll buy you a drink."
"John Hodgman will be joining me and perhaps other local New York City actors from the show will be there, and we can all toast Bored to Death and a completely loony and improbably three-year run," he continued.
Gothamist notes that the celebration is expected to begin around 10 p.m.
Bored to Death premiered on HBO on Sept. 20, 2009, starring Jason Schwartzman as a fictional version of Ames. Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis also starred as friends of the Ames character. A third season of the series debuted on Oct. 10, 2011.
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