Lifetime has renewed reality series "Kim of Queens" for Season 2, the cable network announced Tuesday (March 25), according to The Wrap. The series will return for a 10-episode second season on Tuesday, June 17.
The show follows former Miss Georgia America, Kim Gravel, as she mentors and trains teen girls to compete in pageants in the hopes of finding the next girl with the potential to be Miss America. The show co-stars Kim's sister Allisyn and their mother Jo.
"'Kim of Queens’ is yet another example of our success in providing viewers with a rare look into unique worlds that feature incomparable characters you can't find anywhere else,” Lifetime's nonfiction programming senior vice president Eli Lehrer said in a statement. “We are very excited to bring Kim Gravel, her amazing persona and this great show back for a second season this summer.”
The first season has attracted stellar ratings for the network, averaging 1.2 million viewers, and earning a 16 percent increase over the network's prime time average in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic and its key demo of women 25-54.
"Kim of Queens" continues Tuesdays at 10/9 p.m. CT on Lifetime, with the season finale airing on April 1, while Season 2 is set to premiere on Tuesday, June 17 in the same time slot.