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David Milch's 'The Money' won't go to series at HBO
The combination of David Milch and an all-star cast won't be enough to get "The Money" onto HBO's schedule.
According to Deadline.com, HBO has decided not to move forward on "The Money," a pilot about the head of a media empire (Brendan Gleeson) and his family.
The pilot also featured Nathan Lane, Patrick Kennedy, Dominique McElligott, Laila Robins, Billy Magnussnen and Morgan Spector as regulars, plus Ray Liotta, John Carroll Lynch, Rosemary Harris and Mamie Gummer in recurring roles.
The site offered no details on while the Justin Chadwick-directed project won't go forward.
Milch's last five pilots have been for HBO, with "Deadwood," "Luck" and "John from Cincinnati" going to series.