After three episodes, Comedy Central has ordered up a second season of animated reality show “Drawn Together.”
Laffer net has greenlit production on 15 more half-hours including a “reunion” special for a fourth quarter premiere next year. Show is a cartoon spoof of such reality skeins as “The Real World” and “Big Brother.”
“Drawn Together,” along with lead-in “South Park, has proved a boon to Comedy Central, helping the cabler edge all ad-supported cablers in 18-49 and total viewers Wednesday nights.
Most recent episode scored a series-high 2.4 million viewers. First two segs averaged an impressive 2.3 million viewers (1.4 rating in 18-49).
Show was created by exec producers Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser.
“‘Drawn Together’ has been an immediate success for the network and our,” said senior VP of original programming and head of development Lauren Corrao. “Suffice it to say, the animated characters created by Matt and Dave have many, many more escapades, contests, musical spoofs and other disorders to look forward to before we let them out of that house.”