By Lynette Rice
Updated June 06, 2011 at 08:11 PM EDT
Credit: TLC

Bargain hunters, rejoice! TLC has renewed the series Extreme Couponing for a second season. The network says the show, which reveals the “dramatic shopping skills of everyday people who clip and save their way to shocking savings,” has averaged 1.9 million viewers.

“Extreme Couponing has struck a chord with our viewers and has sparked a passion in people who are looking for creative ways to save money,” said Amy Winter, TLC’s general manager, in a statement. “The series is creating even more super shoppers and we are lining our shelves with their remarkable stories.”

TLC has ordered 12 episodes for the second season that’ll begin in September. Production has already begun.

Meanwhile, the current season has two episodes left that will feature a Washington woman who tries to get $3,100 worth of groceries for less than $100 and a Las Vegas woman who uses couponing to home school her twins.