Logo is set to help another lucky bachelor find the man of his dreams. The network announced Thursday it has renewed its popular dating series Finding Prince Charming for a second season.
In the current season of the show, 13 single, gay men have been vying for the heart of interior designer Robert Sepulveda Jr.
Combined with new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, the Lance Bass-hosted program helped Logo notch one of its highest-rated Thursday night blocks in history, with over 3.4 million collective viewers tuning in since the show’s September debut.
From Nov. 3-16, potential suitors can submit a photo or video of themselves for consideration by using a specific hashtag on Twitter or Instagram. On Nov. 17, fans will be able to vote for their favorite submissions. The contestant with the most votes will land a spot on the second season of Finding Prince Charming.
“Finding Prince Charming is unlike anything that’s currently on television and fans can’t seem to get enough of the reality series,” Pamela Post, SVP of Original Programing for Logo, said, via press statement, of the series’ renewal. “The show is a winning mix of drama and romance topped with humor and we are looking forward to leveling up next season.”
Finding Prince Charming currently airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on Logo. Its first season will conclude on Nov. 3, with a reunion special set to premiere on Nov. 10. For more information on casting for the show’s second season, click here.