Indecisive Ex HBO Decides It Wants a New Show From the Duplass Brothers

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Mark and Jay Duplass. Photo: Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images

After spending a few months without Togetherness, HBO has decided it wants the Duplass brothers back. The network announced today that it has picked up the brothers' anthology series Room 104, which is about a single room in a chain hotel and the different people who wander through it every episode. The show, picked up as part of the Duplass brothers' overall deal with the network, will enter production later this year and premiere in 2017. Somehow, the brothers have found time for it amid their 5,000 other projects, including their animated HBO series Animals and their master plan to reshape all indie dramedy in their image (we assume). Room 104 is not to be confused with Hulu's upcoming anthology series Dimension 404, which is about sci-fi and Lea Michele.