TV Land Orders Second Season of 'She's Got the Look'
TV Land Orders Second Season of 'She's Got the Look'
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Given the successful first run of She's Got the Look, TV Land has decided to renew the reality series that gives women 35-and-over a second chance at a modeling career for a sophomore season. Scheduled to premiere in 2009, season 2 of She's Got the Look will expand from six episodes to eight, and will once again search for a glamorous, gorgeous and confident woman who is destined for supermodel stardom.

"We're so excited that She's Got The Look resonates with our viewers," TV Land president Larry W. Jones said in a statement.  "The show's message of reinvention and the pursuit of life-long dreams is something identifiable to our audience of 40 and 50 year olds.  We can't wait to introduce our viewers to another group of ageless beauties."
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"I'm thrilled that TV Land viewers can't get enough of She's Got The Look," Allison Grodner, who returns as executive producer, said in a statement.  "I love the show and I am proud to be a part of a project that celebrates both age and beauty.  I can't wait to see what the second season has in store."

The first season of She's Got the Look premiered on June 4 with six back-to-back episodes on TV Land.  Hosted by supermodel Kim Alexis, the show features celebrity judges such as Beverly Johnson, Robert Verdi, and Sean Patterson, who are on the look out for the one who has “the look,” the eventual winner who will receive a lucrative modeling contract with the world famous Wilhelmina Models, Inc. and a photo spread for Self.

She's Got the Look has averaged 633,000 total viewers and has significantly contributed more than 11 percent traffic on the network's website for show related content.  So far, there are five girls still in the running for the first season.  Find out who will be eliminated next on She's Got the Look every Wednesday at 10pm on TV Land.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: TV Land
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