Talk about faking it until you make it.
Cinemax has moved quickly to renew Banshee, its new drama about a criminal pretending to be a town sheriff, for a second season.
The series is only three episodes into its 10-episode first season, which premiered Jan. 11. Season 2 is scheduled to debut in 2014.
- Kimberly Roots
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