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'Toned Up' season one finale: Was this show renewed or canceled?

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Tomorrow night viewers get to see the season one finale of "Toned Up." This first season was only six weeks long and fans of the show want more already. The big finale will be one hour long. On Feb. 5, the show posted a new blog that shared the news about season two and more.

The girls admit they had been approached for reality shows before, but all of them would make them quit their day job. They love what they do and didn't want to quit. "Toned Up" worked out perfect for them because they just basically followed them around while they did what they would do anyway.

It was actually eight episodes, but with the Olympics coming they decided to actually make the last two episodes an hour long instead of just thirty minutes. There is no news about season two of "Toned Up" on Bravo yet, but Karena and Katrina will let fans know as soon as they hear about it. Don't miss the season finale on Feb. 6 on Bravo.

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