Nick at Nite Renews Scott Baio Comedy for Second Season
"See Dad Run" will return with another year of 20 episodes.
Nick at Nite is staying in business with Scott Baio.
The children's network has renewed live-action comedy See Dad Run for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The comedy about a TV actor-turned-stay-at-home-dad will return for a second season consisting of 20 episodes -- the same number as its freshman run consisted of.
Tina Albanese and Patrick Labyorteaux created the series, which is exec produced by the former Happy Days star. The comedy debuted Oct. 6 and marks Nick at Nite's first original comedy series.
The youth-skewing network recently handed out series orders to Wendell and Vinnie with iCarly's Jerry Trainor, while Nickelodeon picked up You Gotta See This, a found-footage entry, among others.
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