LOS ANGELES, July 20 (UPI) -- Cable channel HBO is reportedly expected to announce the renewal of its Hollywood comedy "Entourage."
The Hollywood Reporter said Tuesday the show drew only 1.89 million viewers for its debut Sunday, well behind its companion "Six Feet Under," which drew an audience of 3.66 million.
However, sources told the Reporter plans for the second season had already been set in motion before the July 18 premiere.
"Entourage," is loosely based on executive producer Mark Wahlberg's own Hollywood experiences. Adrian Grenier stars as a young actor on the cusp of stardom, leaving behind his childhood friends played by Kevin Connolly and Jerry Ferrara.