By Lynette Rice
Updated October 29, 2008 at 12:00 PM EDT

Denise Richards is not done exposing herself (and her kids) just yet. E! announced today that she’ll do a second season of her eponymous reality series, which averaged roughly 1.1 million viewers in its first year. Production is set to begin in early 2009 on the new season, which promises will be “a year of changes for Denise, including new career opportunities, reconnecting with old friends and a move on the horizon,” according to an E! statement. One change is already obvious: The network dropped the “It’s Complicated” part from the show’s original title.

Over the summer, Richards’ show was dogged by rumors of cancellation after she wrapped her first year on the show in July. In fact, The Insider ran a report suggesting that the ex-Mrs. Charlie Sheen and her kids had been yanked by the cabler, though an E! source denied the claim. Meanwhile, Richards appeared to get busy in generating new fodder for her show by taking Sheen back to court over the custody and care of their daughters.

Denise Richards is produced by Ryan Seacrest Prods.