Women's cable network Oxygen is going into production this week on a second season of its top-rated series The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency and has expanded the reality show's format to an hour.
While the first season followed model-turned-mogul Dickinson through the highs and lows of starting her own Hollywood modeling agency, the second season will take a closer look at the lives of the models and explore whether the agency really has what it takes to succeed.
It will consist of eight hourlong episodes as well as a one-hour holiday special titled Christmas With the Dickinsons. The special is slated to air in December, with the regular episodes following in January.
The first season, which debuted June 6, consisted of 10 half-hour episodes and a one-hour finale. The first episode set a network record as its highest-rated series premiere ever with 468,000 total viewers. Overall, season one averaged 352,000 viewers per week.