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We tv Renews 'Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars'

We tv has tied the knot for two more seasons of its reality series Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars, the network said Wednesday.

The series, which recently completed its third season, has received a 10-episode order for its next two seasons, according to WE tv. The third season of the series was the franchise’s most watched, posting a 32% audience increase over season two and averaging 1.2 million viewers.

“This two-season renewal is the direct result of the show’s incredible performance and the overwhelming fan engagement we see each week,” said Marc Juris, WE tv’s president.  “As one of WE tv’s signature series in the relationship space, the Marriage Boot Camp franchise is a perfect combination of real people, relatable situations and dynamic storytelling.”

Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars is produced for WE tv by Thinkfactory Media and executive produced by Adam Freeman, Adam Reed, Erin Kelly, and Leslie Greif.

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