Adam Carolla's 'Catch a Contractor' Renewed for Supersized Season 2
Spike TV will expand the sophomore run to 10 hourlong episodes.
Spike TV is building up Adam Carolla's Catch a Contractor.
The male-leaning network has renewed the unscripted series for a second season and is expanding the order to 10 hourlong episodes.
The Eyeworks USA series debuted in March, and after seven original episodes the series is averaging 1.2 million total viewers. Its series premiere marks the most watched debut of a Spike original series in nearly three years.
"We are thrilled to partner with Adam and his team for another season of a show that, in only a few weeks, has resonated with our growing gender-balanced audience," Spike TV exec vp original series Sharon Levy said. "Season two is certainly great news for the audience, and even better news for homeowners."
The series features master carpenter Carolla and his team tracking down evasive contractors and holding them accountable for the disasters they've left behind.
JD Roth, Todd A. Nelson, Brant Pinvidic, DJ Nurre, Andy Scheer and Carolla exec produce alongside Spike's Levy, Chris Rantamaki and Jeff Savaiano.