HBO Max’s ‘Full Bloom’ Season 2 Premieres June 10





The HBO Max competition series Full Bloom is coming back for a second season that will be premiering on the streaming service on June 10. The series features up and coming florists from across the country creating botanical masterpieces to present to a panel of expert judges.

Full Bloom has brought floristry to life by introducing us to incredibly talented artists and showing us the amazing steps that go into creating each masterpiece, said Jennifer O’Connell, Executive Vice President, Non-Fiction and Live-Action Family Programming, HBO Max. “HBO Max is as thrilled to give a platform to these rising florists as we are to watch their stunning creations flourish.”

Full Bloom shows ten florists bringing their creative visions to life through individual and team challenges. The competition heats up every week as contestants are cut and the rest of the group gets one step closer to the grand prize of $100,000.

“It’s been an amazing experience to be working again with the innovative team at HBO Max,” said Paul Franklin, Co-CEO of Eureka Productions. “We are so proud at Eureka of Full Bloom season 2 – it is jam packed with talented florists, incredible judges and more flowers and heart than ever before.” 

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