Investigation Discovery has greenlit “Vanity Fair Confidential” for a second season, the network announced on Monday.
The show offers unprecedented access to Vanity Fair writers and editors as they work to uncover the story behind major crimes. The series also makes use of the publication’s extensive archive of source material.
The renewal comes before the finale of season one of the freshman series. Upcoming episodes include the story of “The White House Boys,” children who were sent to Florida’s Arthur G. Dozier School for boys, which became infamous after investigators uncovered the bodies of 55 students on the grounds.
“Vanity Fair Confidential” is a co-production between Investigation Discovery, Condé Nast Entertainment and True Entertainment.
Pamela Deutsch is senior executive producer for Discovery, while Michael Klein and Dawn Ostroff are executive producers for Condé Nast Entertainment, and Dana Brown is deputy editor for Vanity Fair. Glenda Hersh, Steven Weinstock, and Stephanya Bareham executive produce for True Entertainment.
New episodes of “Vanity Fair Confidential” premiere on Mondays at 10/9c.