MTV renews coming-of-age play ‘Finding Carter’ for a second season
August 20, 2014 - Finding Carter
“Finding Carter” has found a fast home with MTV.
The network has renewed a scripted play for a second deteriorate consisting of 12 episodes.
The coming-of-age play from Emily Silver (“Bones”) centers on a teen (Kathryn Prescott) who learns that her mom abducted her as a child (see, we weren’t teasing about it being a drama).
“The artistic minds behind ‘Finding Carter’ did an well-developed pursuit bringing this story to life and sketch a assembly in,” Susanne Daniels, MTV’s programming president, pronounced in a statement. “I’m looking brazen to another deteriorate following Carter on her journey.”
“Finding Carter,” now in a center of a initial season, has pulled in an normal of 2.2 million viewers when 3 days of behind observation are included. In fact, a DVR total are something to note, with a array saying a expansion of scarcely 70% on normal when a three-day window is factored in.
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The play is partial of a network’s flourishing lineup of strange scripted programs, that also includes “Awkward” and “Teen Wolf.” Next up, commencement Sept. 30, are a play “Eye Candy” and a comedy “Happyland.” And in a tube is a much-talked-about “Scream” instrumentation and a comedy “Ken Jeong Made Me Do It.”
The beginner comedy “Faking It” was also recently renewed for a second season.
MTV, meanwhile, skeleton to enhance “Finding Carter’s” reach, with a initial deteriorate slated for a rollout on MTV’s general channels commencement in January.
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