Bravo has committed to a second season of “Newlyweds: The First Year.”
The cable network’s cameras will once again follow four newly hitched couples from their wedding day to their one year anniversary. Season 2 will star four all new couples through the highs and lows of their first year of marriage. Bravo didn’t say when the series will return and for how many episodes.
Season 2 will be produced by Monkey Kingdom, part of NBCUniversal International Television Production, along with Academy award-nominated documentarian Eddie Schmidt (“Twist of Faith”).
The eight-episode first season of the series followed three straight couples and one gay couple: Alaska and Kimberly, John and Kathryn, Tarz and Tina, and Blair and Jeff.
Emmy winner and Oscar-nominated documentarian Lauren Lazin executive-produced Season 1 on which the couples went through a lot of ups and downs, including dealing with distance, first babies, disapproving in-laws and fertility problems. It averaged 1.3 million viewers per each hourlong episode.
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