When is ‘Industry’ Season 2 on HBO and HBO Max?


If you thought your job was stressful, buckle up. HBO is here with the second season of Industry, an exciting dive into the world of investment banking. Between all the coke, treason, and plummeting stocks, this is one show that will convince you that a dull life might just be the best option.

Want to know how to watch new episodes of this high-stakes corporate nightmare? We are behind you.

When does Industry Season 2 premiere?

And so the most stressful show on television is back. This Monday, August 1, premieres “Daddy” on HBO and HBO Max. This time it’s all about the fear of returning to the office before you’re ready to face the post-COVID world. After this week, new episodes will premiere weekly until September 19.

What time does Industry Season 2 premiere?

There’s only one moment to keep in mind: 9/8c pm That’s when Industry Season 2 will premiere on both HBO and HBO Max. If you don’t see this new episode in your HBO app or browser right away, don’t panic. If you refresh the streaming service, the episode should be available.

How to watch? Industry on HBO and HBO Max

Because Industry is an HBO original, you need access to the premium cable network to watch it. Fortunately, you have a few options. If you’re subscribed to HBO through your cable account, you’re set. Get your TV on HBO by 9pm Monday, August 1, and get ready to chew some gum aggressively. Thanks to HBO Max, you can even use your cable username and password to watch the premiere anywhere.

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If you don’t currently have any form of HBO, welcome to the world of HBO Max. The streaming service currently offers two plans: an ad-free plan for $9.99 a month or an ad-free plan for $14.99 a month. There is also an annual option with ads for $99.99 per year and an ad-free version that costs $149.99.

As great as this news is, there are currently no free trials of HBO Max. If you want to test this streaming service, you have to pay. But since it comes with some of the biggest blockbusters out there, as well as HBO’s full backlog, you’re sure to find something you’ll love.

Is there a trailer for it? Industry Season 2?

It sure does, and it’s packed with three things: business deals, sex, and loaded questions. The trailer even comes with the tagline “Fortune favors the bold,” a common Latin phrase and possibly a nod to the phrase that dominated the rise of cryptocurrency. Welcome back to London and the most terrifying job on the screen.

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Who is in Industry The cast of season 2?

God bless the return of Myha’la Herrold as Harper, one of the most ruthless and morally depraved characters on TV. Oh how we missed her. But Harper isn’t the only one back. Industry stars Ken Leung as Eric, Harper’s boss; Marisa Abela as Yasmin, an ambitious and prosperous part of the Foreign Exchange Sales (FX) desk; David Jonsson as Gus, a former employee of Pierpoint; and Harry Lawtey as Robert, another member of the CPS desk. This season also follows one of HBO’s favorite actors: Jay Duplass, who plays a hedge fund manager named Jesse Bloom.

How did Industry Season 1 End?

The last episode of IndustryThe first season revolved around whether Robert, Gus, Yasmin and Harper would get permanent jobs at Pierpoint. They all had good reasons to stay and even better reasons to be let go. Robert had yet to run a business on his own, but proved he was a customer favorite. Gus consistently battled Pierpoint’s toxic culture and purposely ruined his last interview, rendering him temporarily impenetrable and a target placed on his back. Yasmin used her boss’s sexual advances to blackmail him. As for Harper… she’s Harper. She was the only Pierpoint graduate who managed to do business on her own, but she also tried to blackmail a boss for assault, making more enemies than friends along the way.

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Then there was the Eric of everything. Under pressure from manager Daria (Freya Mavor), Harper came forward and admitted that Eric was verbally abusive and that he once locked her in his office. Daria and Yasmin wanted to use this accusation to piss off Eric and change the culture of Pierpoint for something less scary. But when Harper realized that Daria only saw her as a victim, she changed her tone.

Industry Season 1 ended with Harper, Yasmin, and Robert all getting full-time jobs. Gus mic fell off and left. As for Eric, he was able to stay thanks to a boost from Harper, and Daria ended up being the one who got fired for creating an abusive work environment. Just know that when it comes down to it, Harper will always choose power over morality.