Hotshot is looking at retirement: The HBO sports-world dramedy featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will end with its forthcoming fifth season, as indicated by The Hollywood Reporter.
Johnson affirmed the news himself in an Instagram video posted on Thursday, saying that his heart “is brimming with appreciation to every one of you for rockin’ with us each season”:
Hotshot, which stars Johnson as resigned NFL player/budgetary chief Spencer Strasmore, returns for its fifth — and now last — season on Sunday at 10:30/9:30c on HBO. The show’s makers “created Season 5 in view of an endgame,” THR says since the judgment to part of the bargain completely “made a long time ahead of time.”
Made by showrunner Stephen Levinson, Ballers investigates the appealing and frequently since the universe of master football with a gathering of past and current players looking to remain in the game. It stars Johnson as ex-whiz Spencer Strasmore, who has reevaluated himself as a money related supervisor for the present entertainers.
This season discovers Spencer subsiding into retirement and assessing on his past, hen an offer that is too great to even think about refusing comes his direction and sends him once again into the lion’s nook, this time as a group proprietor.
In the wake of his cut with Spencer, a driving Joe (Rob Corddry) bets forcefully to make Sports X colossal than any time in recent memory with the assistance of his new accomplice, Lance (Russell Brand).
In the interim, Ricky (John David Washington) has a surprising difficulty that powers him to ponder another sort of future and tests his substantial, mental and emotional purpose; Charles (Omar Miller) discovers that being a general administrator means getting your hands grimy; Vernon (Donovan W. Carter) moves his need to his adoration for expert gaming in spite of Reggie’s (London Brown) watchfulness; and Jason (Troy Garity) consents to take his vocation to the following level.
Johnson declared the news in a thank-you post to devotees on Instagram. “My heart 🖤 is loaded with appreciation to every one of you for rockin’ with us each season,” Johnson composed. Peruse his full post underneath.