Renewed and returning: “Down East Dickering,” “Human Resources”

In this week's round-up, renewals are in store for Pivot's Human Resources, Bravo Media's Vanderpump Rules and History's Down East Dickering (pictured).
October 17, 2014

In this week’s round-up, renewals are in store for TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé, Bravo Media’s Vanderpump Rules, History’s Down East Dickering (pictured) and Pivot’s Human Resources.

U.S. net TLC will bring back its docuseries 90 Day Fiancé for a second season this Sunday (October 19). The Sharp Entertainment-produced show will follow a new set of couples in long-distance relationships who are reunited in the U.S. through a special visa, but only have 90 days to decide whether to get married or remain apart. The new episodes will debut on Sunday at 9 p.m. EST/PST.

Bravo Media has signed on for another season of the reality series Vanderpump Rules, which returns on November 3 at 9 p.m. EST/PST. The series – which is produced by Evolution Media – follows former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Lisa Vanderpump and the staff at the her West Hollywood restaurant SUR. This season centres on Vanderpump’s aims to expand the restaurant with a new lounge.

Meanwhile, History will bring back Down East Dickering for another season on November 12 at 10 p.m. EST/PST. The Pilgrim Studios-made series follows a group of  enterprising locals from New England, Maine, who make a living by picking up all sorts of odd jobs. This season sees the group engaging in everything from trading spare parts for a car repair to doing a few hours of labor in exchange for fresh lobster.

Finally, Pivot has signed on for a second season of its original series Human Resources, which follows the quirky employees of New Jersey-based recycling company TerraCycle. The show – produced by Pivot and Left/Right – will return in 2015 with 10 new episodes.

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