With this order, the freshman reality series will continue its first season after the spring finale on Wednesday
The Dancing Dolls have won over Lifetime viewers.
The cable channel has ordered an additional 10 episodes of the new reality series, “Bring It!,” based on the show's ratings thus far. Lifetime said the series will return with the additional episodes in the summer.
It will air its spring finale on Wednesday at 10 p.m. Additionally, the network will air an hour-long special “Bring It! Miss D Breaks It Down” on Wednesday, May 7, at 10 p.m.
Produced by Pilgrim Studios, “Bring It!” follows dance coach Dianna Williams and her elite team of hip-hop majorettes called the Dancing Dolls. Each week, the series shoots the team's rehearsals and then its competition — much like Lifetime's hit “Dance Moms.”
Since its debut in March, “Bring It!” has posted double digit growth, including a 73 percent increase in total viewers versus the premiere. It has also seen an 72 percent increase in Adults 25-54 and a 65 increase in the advertiser-coveted Adults 18-49 demographic.