I Am Cait‘s Second Season Is Not Confirmed, Still In Discussion At E!

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Although some reports have indicated that I Am Cait will be renewed for a second season, E! has yet to make the final call. An E! spokesperson told Vulture that as yet, there’s “nothing to confirm,” and the second season of Caitlyn Jenner’s docuseries is still under discussion.

Although the show has had its ups and downs (read Marcy Cook’s reviews of each episode in the first season for more on that), viewership reportedly averaged 1.3 million adult viewers aged under 50, which sounds promising enough to warrant more episodes.

Would you like to see more episodes of I Am Cait? Or do you hope that E! decides to pack it in?

(via Vulture, image via E! Online)

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