Fans of HBO’s Industry won’t have to wait much longer before they can binge the rest of season 1.
The premium cable network announced at the beginning of the week that it will be dropping the final five episodes of Industry season 1 on HBO Max this Friday, November 27.
The decision to drop the rest of the season all in one go marks a bit of a milestone moment for HBO, who has never in its history offered a mid-season episode drop of an original series which allows viewers to binge the show in its entirety.
With that in mind, it’ll be interesting to see if HBO continues to adopt this model going forward for other titles, or if the move turns out to be a one-off.
Those who don’t have an HBO Max subscription, or don’t wish to sign up for one can still look forward to new Industry episode drops every Monday at 10 p.m.
Hailing from newcomers Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, the new drama explores the world of international finance through the eyes of ambitious twenty-somethings struggling to secure their futures.
The series follows Harper Stern (Myha’la Herrold), a talented young woman from upstate New York who sets off to see if she can cut it working on the trading floor for Pierpoint & Co, a top investment bank in London.
Harper isn’t the only young grad looking to prove herself in an effort to secure one of the limited set of permanent positions at the company. Ambition may be a driving force, but as the first trailer for the series teases, the crop of young graduates are equally as fueled by youth, romance, and drugs.
The final five episodes of Industry season 1 debut via HBO Max on Friday, November 27. New episodes of the series will also continue to premiere via HBO every Monday at 10 p.m.