MTV Orders 10 More Episodes of ‘Faking It’ for Season 2

MTV Orders 10 More Episodes of

MTV has ordered 10 additional episodes of sophomore teen comedy “Faking It,” bringing its season two order to 20.

The show is currently airing its second season on Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. on MTV, with the midseason finale scheduled for Nov. 25.

No return date for the second batch of episodes has been announced yet. “Faking It” was created by Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov. The series is executive produced by Carter Covington and stars Katie Stevens, Rita Volk, Gregg Sulkin, Michael Willett and Bailey De Young.

“Faking It” currently averages almost 800,000 viewers same-night, increasing to over 1.2 million in L+7, which places it third in MTV’s lineup.

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  1. One of the most intelligent “teen” dramas I have watched since I was an um.. teen… While perhaps titillating, it is undoubtedly, socially aware, on the ball and very, very tightly scripted. This light hearted, though thought provoking affair is surely worth a night’s viewing.

  2. drakeca89 says:

    So does anyone else remember when MTV had music? Or am I just to old now?

    • Chase says:

      You’re old, but I remember. Why would I turn on a television channel and sit and wait for my favorite video to come on when I can just watch it online within a few quick key strokes?

      • Chase says:

        Ha, I’m an old Millennial too–so I get it. I remember the constant battle of NSync vs. Britney vs. Foo Fighters for the top spot. That said, MTV would be out of business without reality TV and original programing.

        Do people remember when ABC Family aired family friendly programing? Sold. Gone are those days.

      • drakeca89 says:

        I agree youtube is a godsend especially since music tv doesn’t exist anymore EXCEPT for the country music tv station they actualy show videos. With facebook and twitter and youtube that’s the place to see the new stuff. I just remember trying to rush home from school to watch ugh this dates me now TRL on mtv at 4pm with carson Daily as the host. I’m still a millennial but on the old end sadly. I was just a little litle kid when MTV first started.

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