E! Renews ‘Very Cavallari’ For A Second Season

There are two reasons why I started watching Very Cavallari. The first being is that I think Kristin Cavallari is a shrewd business woman and we can all learn a lot from here and the second being that I wanted to see Jay Cutler in action (because my Chicago Bears obsessed friend talks about him way too much).

I didn’t expect to love the show as much as I do. I can’t miss an episode and I am deeply invested in the success or failure of Uncommon James. Also pissed I didn’t come up with that great name.

The second season of the docu-series, set to premiere in 2019, will continue to follow the reality superstar’s life in Nashville and will feature 10 one-hour episodes.

With E! cancelling The Royals, I admit I wanted to boycott the channel. I was pissed. But I still love all their shows (yes, I watch the Kardashians). This was a wise decision on their part and I am thankful that they renewed the series.

“Kristin is uniquely aspirational and relatable, and our audience has embraced her long awaited return to reality TV featuring her life as a businesswoman, boss, mom and wife,” said Amy Introcaso-Davis, EVP, Development and Production at E! “We look forward to continue watching Kristin expand her businesses, manage her headstrong staff, and of course we can’t wait for more hilarious moments from fan favorite Jay Cutler.”

“I couldn’t be happier that ‘Very Cavallari’ will be returning for season two,” said Kristin Cavallari. “I had the best time filming our first season and feel like we are just getting started, so I can’t wait to come back for more next year!”

The first season of the show has left us watching Kristin balance being a wife, mom, business woman, and the opening of her Uncommon James store in Nashville. The season finale aired last night on E!.

Are you excited for the renewal? Do you watch the show?

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