only three aired episodes of its second season, HBO has renewed
a third. Terrence Winter's Prohibition-era drama drew 2.9 million
viewers in season one and is averaging 3.2 million in its second.
"Following a triumphant first season, I was eager to see what
Terry Winter, Martin Scorsese and the rest of their stellar team had
in store, and they continue to surpass our highest expectations,"
said HBO president of programming Michael Lombardo. "The
response from the media and our viewers has been extremely
show's first season won eight Emmys, including Martin Scorsese's for
Outstanding Director for a Drama Series.