The Fosters has been picked up for Season 2!

The Fosters is here to stay! ABC Family has just announced that the new hit drama series The Fosters has been renewed for a second season! The news comes after a fantastic first batch of episodes, great ratings, and the news of exciting new guest stars (Rosie!!).

The Fosters will return with new episodes in January 2014 on ABC Family.

Press release:

ABC FAMILY PICKS UP A SECOND SEASON

OF THE CRTICALLY – ACCLAIMED HIT

DRAMA SERIES“THE FOSTERS”

 

SERIES RETURNS WITH NEW EPISODES IN JANUARY 2014

Burbank, CA (October 11, 2013) ABC Family today announced the network has green-lit a second season of its hit original drama series, “The Fosters.” The order came as production continues on the first season of the series, which premieres new episodes in January, 2014.

“’The Fosters’ has demonstrated its ability to build an audience, and the creative team’s compelling storytelling assures us that there will be more growth in upcoming season,” said Kate Juergens, Chief Creative Officer and Executive Vice President, Programming, ABC Family. “The shows dynamic cast and groundbreaking storylines resonate with our core viewers and leave them wanting more.”

“The Fosters” ranked as the #1 new cable TV series of the summer in Viewers 12-34 and Females 12-34, gaining momentum each week heading into the season finale, which set series highs in Total Viewers and across target 18-34, 18-49 and 12-34 demos. Of all current ABC Family original series, “The Fosters” is the network’s #2 series in target demos, behind only “Pretty Little Liars.”

( Source: X )

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