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Logo is going to find a second prince charming.
The Viacom-owned LGBT-themed cable network has renewed dating competition series Finding Prince Charming for a second season.
Casting for season two of the series, hosted by Lance Bass, has already begun, with online submissions open from Nov. 10-16 via Logo’s website.
The pickup comes ahead of the Nov. 3 season finale and after the dating competition series has continued to perform well. The season to date, factoring in multiple platforms, is averaging 3.4 million total viewers. Paired with RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, the two series have helped Logo build its highest-rated Thursday night in network history.
“Finding Prince Charming is unlike anything that’s currently on television, and fans can’t seem to get enough of the reality series,” said Pamela Post, senior vp original programing at Logo. “The show is a winning mix of drama and romance topped with humor, and we are looking forward to leveling up next season.”
Finding Prince Charming hails from Brian Graden Media. Brian Graden and Dave Mace exec produce alongside Post, Stevenson Greene and Jen Passovoy for Logo.
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