One of MTV’s newest series has earned itself a second season.
The network announced today that it was renewing ‘Girl Code’ for a second season. Twenty episodes have been ordered of the show, which is a spin-off of MTV2’s ‘Guy Code’.
Ryan Ling developed the series and serves as an executive producer, along with Darin Byrne and Paul Ricci. It is directed by Laura Murphy.
It features female comedians, musicians, actresses – and a few men - offering advice on life topics that affect young females, such as dealing with frenemies, bad boys, farting, gossip, fighting, dating, drinking, public displays of affection and many, many more (each episode covers four or more topics).
The show has been a moderate success for MTV, drawing an average of 1.1 million viewers each week, and a 1.2 rating in MTV’s targeted 12-34 demographic.
Where the show really shines though is on social media. MTV says that the series has the strongest social-media presence of all of its reality programs.
One note-worthy bit about this renewal is that it is Suzanne Daniels’ first as the programing chief at MTV.
‘Girl Code’ airs on Tuesday nights on MTV at 9:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Have you seen it? Any good?
If you have not seen the show, here is one of the first season’s episodes.