TV One officially canceled Born Again Virgin season 3


This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Born Again Virgin season 3 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. Unfortunately, TV One has officially canceled the series. There will be no season 3.

Series info and cast

Born Again Virgin is an American romantic comedy-drama television series broadcast on TV One since August 5, 2015, with the pilot episode debuting on July 28, 2015. On December 8, 2015 the second season aired. The series is created by Ranada Shepard, is produced by Swirl Films and executive produced by Ranada Shepard, Eric Tomosunas, Lamar Chase and Tia A. Smith.

The comedy series is set in Atlanta and follows a 30-something female blogger Jenna (Danielle Nicolet) who decides to become celibate after a series of unsuccessful romantic involvements. Kelly (Meagan Holder) and Tara (Eva Marcille) are her close friends, and Donovan (Durrell “Tank” Babbs) is her neighbor and love interest.

Ratings and renewal prospects

The series` pilot aired to a 419,000 audience, with the first episode audience count dropping to 264,000. The second season`s ratings dropped significantly, with the season premiere viewership at 169,000. The viewers are happy with quality storylines, relatable characters, funny dialogues and the provocative premise. There has not been much advertisement for the program, which might be the reason behind the less-than-amazing ratings. Meanwhile, IMDb viewers gave Born Again Virgin a score of 8.5/10, and it seems that the network may very well renew it for another season, considering the fast renewal for a second run prior to the completion of the first. However, it may go either way, so the best thing to do is to stay tuned for network announcements. We will be sure to inform you if the series` future as soon as it becomes clear.

Latest news

UPDATED June 25, 2016: TV One`s romantic comedy series Born Again Virgin has found a fan following, but turned out that it is not quite large enough for the show to go on. The network has decided to cancel the program after just two seasons, most likely due to the fact that the ratings have dramatically declined in the second chapter. Even though the series had its moments, there will not be a third season. Farewell, Born Again Virgin.

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