By Shirley Li
November 09, 2017 at 01:07 PM EST
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The Guy (Ben Sinclair) is back in business — and he promises he’ll be there ASAP.

HBO’s anthology comedy High Maintenance will return for a second season on Friday, Jan. 19, the premium network announced on Twitter:

Sinclair, who created and launched the critically acclaimed show as a web series on Vimeo in 2012 with wife Katja Blichfield, stars as a bike-riding weed dealer who supplies and delivers his finest product to an ever-expanding ensemble of customers around New York City.

Each episode features a different client or two (or three), offering a slice-of-life look at each of their worlds inside the metropolis’ many boroughs, from wild nights out to melancholy hours spent to themselves, with the Guy popping up every now and then to do what he does best. In the first season of its HBO incarnation, High Maintenance spotlighted guest stars like Dan Stevens, Lena Dunham, Hannibal Buress, Gaby Hoffmann, and more.

High Maintenance returns Friday, Jan. 19, on HBO.

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