After deciding not to move forward with Miraculous Year beyond the produced pilot episode, HBO has similarly opted not to pursue further episodes of All Signs of Death, a series that would have been Alan Ball's third with the network.
Deadline reports that after ordering a pilot episode of All Signs of Death, which is based on Charlie Huston's novel The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death, HBO simply couldn't find a place in its lineup for the murder mystery series. That shouldn't have come as a surprise, as All Signs of Death shares some striking similarities with Bored to Death, a previously established HBO series that's already two seasons deep. In addition to having similar titles, both shows focus on a private detective, though Bored is a comedy and All Signs appears to have been less tongue-in-cheek.
Even after putting the kibosh on Miraculous Year and All Signs of Death, HBO still has several projects in the pipeline, including the Dustin Hoffman-starring Luck and the Diane Keaton-starring Tilda, which has not been ordered to series yet.