NBC has signed on for a second season of a freshman series. The Peacock Network announced Thursday that it has renewed the variety show “I Can Do That.”
The network placed an order for an eight-episode season, after the show’s six-episode first season, which wrapped June 30, crowned Nicole Scherzinger as the winner of the celebrity competition.
The announcement was made by Paul Telegdy, President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment.
Said Telegdy: “This series thrust our celebrities out of their comfort zones and into exciting, unpredictable situations and they rose to the occasion each week. We are thrilled to bring new challenges and up the ante for season two.”
Season one featured Scherzinger competing against Cheryl Burke, Ciara, Jeff Dye, Joe Jonas and Alan Ritchson. The show is hosted by Marlon Wayans.
“I Can Do That” averaged a 1.7 rating, 6 share in adults 18-49 and 5.7 million total viewers in “most current” results from Nielsen Media Research, according to NBC, and topped its time period entertainment competition from ABC and CBS in 18-49.