Even before “How To Make It In America” premiered on HBO last year, comparisons to HBO’s other male-centered show, “Entourage” were inevitable, albeit unfair. Both shows centered on the story of young, children-less men striving to become success stories more
If you're a 20-something living in New York, traversing the downtown scene in search of big breaks and big dreams, chances are How to Make It in America is your kind of show. If you're not, the popular HBO series probably makes you wish you were.
Given how many new and returning shows are coming down the pike right now, I'm not sure why HBO, in its apparently finite wisdom, decided that now would be a good time to bring back 'How to Make It in America' (10:30PM ET Sunday, HBO).
It would be a sha more
It has been a year and a half since HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA aired its first season finale and it’s finally ready to premiere its second season. I have seen the first three episode of the new season and before I talk about what you can expect more
"Never Say Die" wrapped up the first season of How to Make It in America. We thought the writers did a pretty decent job at ending it, but we have to say some things were just a bit too predictable! Ben, How To Make It In America The whole situa more
Last night on How to Make It in America, the boys got one step closer to making It - and then disaster struck! The Rasta Monsta van got stolen! In "Keep On Truckin'", we really thought that maybe this tragedy was some kind of cheap trick. P more
Ben and Cam are well on their way to making their dreams come true - with their new denim line, Crisp. Who knew that their first stop would be making 300 shirts for a Japanese clothing company? Like many of us expected, our boys ran into a big problem - t more
Before we get started, I'd like to apologize for my lack of a review of last week's How to Make It in America episode (sometimes you just can't fight the Academy Awards). However, I'm back this week with a review of How to Make It in A more