Made In Chelsea bags second series
A second series of 'Made In Chelsea' has been commissioned for E4 after pulling in audiences of more than 700,000 viewers per episode.
A second series of 'Made In Chelsea' has been commissioned for E4.
After pulling in audiences of more than 700,000 viewers per episode, the reality TV show - following the lives, loves and dramas of a group of privileged twenty-somethings living in West London - has been handed a second series.
David Williams, E4's commissioning editor, said: "In addition to delivering great audiences, episode one trended worldwide on twitter and 'Made in Chelsea' has been a phenomenal success on our online catch up service 4OD.
"The staggering amount of audience engagement has proven it to be a perfect fit for E4's young audience."
Meanwhile, Sarah Dillstone - the show's executive producer - praised Made In Chelsea's "brilliant" cast members, including Caggie Dunlop, Spencer Matthews and Ollie Locke, promising the next season will allow fans to "delve deeper" into their lives.
She added: "'Made in Chelsea' has proven addictive viewing for UK audiences, a testament to our brilliant cast and their extraordinary lives. We are excited to give fans the opportunity to delve deeper into these characters' relationships next season."
Amber Atherton - who appears alongside best friend Rosie Fortescue in the series - recently revealed show bosses are thinking of taking 'Made In Chelsea' stateside.
She explained: "They are in talks to launch 'Made in Chelsea' in America. I think it would go down well over there. Americans are obsessed with the British and they loved the royal wedding. They'd love us."