Reality show given a 'Fair' chance

VH1 has renewed “My Fair Brady” for a second season, focused on the upcoming nuptials of Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry.

Cabler has ordered seven episodes for next spring.

First cycle, which centered on the budding romance between Knight and “America’s Next Top Model” winner Curry, grew over its 10-episode run, finishing to a robust 1.8 million overall viewers.

“Brady” aired in VH1’s Sunday Celebreality block, currently home to talent competish “But Can They Sing?” and “Breaking Bonaduce.” Renewal is part of an overall production deal between the music net and exec producers Cris Abrego and Mark Cronin (Daily Variety, July 13), who are also behind Celebreality hit “The Surreal Life.” Duo is currently at work on “Flavor of Love,” a 10-episode dating show revolving around “Surreal” alum Flavor Flav.

Jeff Olde and Jill Modabber also exec produce “Brady” for VH1.

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