Insecure, HBO's new comedy born straight from the mind of Issa Rae, has been renewed for a second season according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The half-hour comedy will return in 2017 with 10 episodes. That's a longer season than it's first 8 episode order.
The show draws an average of 3.2 million viewers an episode.
Rae collaborated with comedian and veteran television writer Larry Wilmore to craft the show's concept. Many of the first season's episodes were directed by Melina Matsoukas, who made her name in music videos.
From the show's start, Rae has emphasized that she's not trying to represent every Black woman. “This is not the quintessential black-woman experience. It’s a very specific experience.”