MTV has ordered a second season of "A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila," which is good news for MTV but maybe not so good for the person who won the first season.
The pickup of the show is not a big surprise -- the finale of "A Shot at Love" was MTV's highest-rated series broadcast in two years among the network's core audience of people aged 12-34. About 6 million people watched, making it the biggest series broadcast on MTV since an "Osbournes" episode in 2002.
All that means another round of digital-age celebrity Tila Tequila looking for a partner from a group of both men and women. New episodes are likely to premiere in the spring; MTV has also signed a deal with executive producer Sally Ann Salsano to develop new shows.
One of those will be a spinoff from "A Shot at Love" called "That's Amore." It's also a dating show, with "Shot" contestant Domenico Nesci choosing one of 15 American women to take home to mama. MTV has ordered six episodes to air sometime early this year.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times