Lifetime has placed an order for a second season of one of its shows. TheWrap.com reports that the cable channel will bring back the docuseries “Kim of Queens."
The second season will debut June 17, and will consist of 10 episodes. The project, from Relativity Television and Bogner Entertainment, follows Miss Georgia America, Kim Gravel, as she helps young girls compete in beauty pageants.
The program has performed well for Lifetime, earning a 16% increase in the network’s prime-time average both in the 18-49 demographic and in Lifetime’s key demo of women 25-54, the story reports.
Eli Lehrer, Lifetime’s nonfiction programming senior VP, told the website in a statement: “‘Kim of Queens’ is yet another example of our success in providing viewers with a rare look into unique worlds that feature incomparable characters you can’t find anywhere else."