This is a major cause for celebration, jammers! USA has renewed Playing House for a second season, the network announced Tuesday.
The series will return in the second half of 2015 with eight new episodes. In a twist, every episode will debut a week earlier via Video-On-Demand platforms to create new ways for marketers to reach the show's dedicated audience.
The renewal comes six months after the half-hour comedy, about two female best friends raising a baby together, aired its Season 1 finale. Although the show averaged just 862,000 viewers in its first season, it has developed a fiercely loyal following online.
"We are over the moon to be back in action for another season of Playing House on USA! We owe a huge thanks to the network and Universal Cable Productions for their support and we are excited about our new opportunities with on-demand," creators and stars Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham said in a statement. "But we wouldn't be here if it weren't for our die-hard fans and their overwhelming love for our show. Every tweet, article, drawing, Facebook post made this next season a reality (especially the pics of tiny hedgehogs and babies dressed up as Bosephus!) The ladies are back!"
Added USA Network President Chris McCumber: "We are so pleased to bring back this beloved series, with the exceptionally talented comedic duo of Jessica and Lennon. Tapping into the increasing power of On Demand, we have the unique opportunity to reward the incredibly devoted fans of Playing House with early access to new content and bring in additional audiences."
Fans and new viewers can catch up on the first season of Playing House here. Watch the ladies' hilarious video announcement for Season 2 below: