It premiered last month and its first four episodes have averaged 767,000 total viewers -- a 14% increase of over TV Land's channel average -- with a median age of 46-years-old. In the Adults 25-54 demographic, High School Reunion's first four episodes have posted a 0.4 rating, as well as a 0.5 rating among Adults 40-54
"TV Land viewers can't get enough of High School Reunion," said TV Land president Larry W. Jones. "The show continues to build a new audience for TV Land and create buzz. We can't wait to introduce our viewers to a new reunited class as they reconnect with old friends and forge new relationships to make great television."
High School Reunion's second season will follow a similar format to the show's currently airing installment -- brining high school alumni together for a two-week 20-year reunion at an exotic vacation getaway.
"I'm thrilled that High School Reunion connected with viewers in such a big way," said creator and executive producer Mike Fleiss. "I'm also very excited to be doing the show again with my friends at TV Land."