The CW's summer experiment paid off for two of its reality shows. The network has officially renewed the game show Oh Sit!
and the ballet docu-drama Breaking Pointe
each for second seasons.
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, which aired over the summer on the CW, followed the lives of a group of dancers at the popular Ballet West, a company in Salt Lake City. The show's six-episode first season only averaged around 800,000 viewers, but it did well online.Oh Sit!
Is a Wipeout
-style game show based on musical chairs. The show had a huge premiere by CW standards with 1.23 million viewers and averaged about 1 million viewers per episode for its first season. Most impressively, the show held steady in the ratings even when competing against massive hits like The Voice
and The X Factor
Still undecided are the fates of the CW's two other summer shows, the Miami hotel docu-drama The Catalina
and singing competition The Next
.(Image courtesy of the CW)