Disney Channel orders more Bizaardvark

Created by two members of the Disney's Storytellers Program, the vlogging-themed series will launch a second season in 2017.
December 16, 2016

Bizaardvark, Disney Channel’s original comedy series about teen vloggers, has been picked up for a second season.

Season two will bow in 2017, with production resuming in the coming months.

The multi-camera sitcom follows Paige and Frankie, who together make music videos together on their vlog channel, aptly named Bizaardvark. The show also features guests like popular YouTuber Lilly Singh, also known as IISuperwomanII, Calum Worthy from Austin & Ally, and Vine star Thomas Sanders.

Since premiering in June, Bizaardvark has garnered 60 million viewers, including 22 million kids ages two to 14. It has also attracted 5.4 million VOD views and 7.2 million engagements on the Disney Channel App.

The music videos that are uploaded to the Disney YouTube channel, meanwhile, have gained more than 15 million views.

Bizaardvark was created by Kyle Stegina and Josh Lehrman, two members of Disney Channel’s Storytellers program that fosters talent in the next generation of content creators.

The move follows the announcement that Disney’s The Lodge, another tween show, is also getting a second season.

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