Less than two weeks after premiering on Sony’s streaming network, Crackle, The Art of More has been renewed for a second season.
All ten episodes of the first season were released on Nov. 19 and have since garnered 2 million views. The renewal adds 10 one-hour episodes, which will begin filming in early 2016.
There’s plenty of House of Cards-level wheeling and dealing, recast within the luxury auction-house world, on this thriller, the first hour-long drama from Sony’s streaming service. The story follows Graham Connor (Christian Cooke), an account executive at a Sotheby’s-like corporation who started out selling treasures he discovered during the Iraq War. Now he connects black-market artifacts with buyers like billionaire sleazeball Sam (played by executive producer Dennis Quaid) and eccentric heir Arthur (Cary Elwes, who’s mustache-twirlingly campy).
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