Bravo Renews ‘Odd Mom Out’ for Season 2

Series follows woman navigating clique of wealthy socialites on New York City’s Upper East Side


Bravo has renewed the scripted comedy “Odd Mom Out” for a second season, the network announced Monday.

The half-hour series is created by and stars author Jill Kargman playing a satirical version of herself as she navigates the elite world of New York’s Upper East Side, and the uber-wealthy clique of mothers who inhabit it.

The series, based on Kargman’s book “Momzillas,” recently wrapped its first 10-episode first season on August 3.

“Odd Mom Out” marks Bravo’s highest rated new series launch in 2015. Across season one, the show averaged 958,000 total viewers and 568,000 P18-49 in Nielsen L+3.

Kargman also serves as an executive producer on the show, in addition to Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Tim Piper, Daniel Rosenberg, Tony Hernandez, Julie Rottenberg, and Elisa Zuritsky.

“Mom and non-mom viewers alike – from Beverly Hills to Brooklyn – have found a spirit animal in Jill Kargman’s hilarious and relatable depiction of a woman struggling to keep up,” said Lara Spotts, the senior vice president of development for Bravo Media. “We are excited to bring fans more of this vibrant and highly entertaining world driven by an amazing cast and creative team.”

The show was also the second scripted series Bravo debuted in 2015, the other being “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” starring Lisa Edelstein. It was also recently renewed for a second season.