We know a lot of you tuned in for the season finale of Ringer, and bless your hearts, we thank you for it. Maybe the numbers weren't as high as they could've been, but damn it, we think they were high enough to give the show a second shot of finding it's audience next fall.
While there's been no word yet from The CW if Sarah Michelle Gellar's doppelganger drama will return to us, the execs are planning on a season two anyway and are sharing some of their planned secrets and story lines.
It's called being optimistic, people! Get onboard!
Ringer exec Pam Veasey explains that the real change in season two will be the lack of flashbacks. Since there was so much backstory to explain upfront, Pam felt the first season may have been too "complex" for some viewers. However, should the show come back, the storyline will lie primarily "in the present" and follow the twin sisters as they both deal with their covers being blown and living alone in New York.
But despite the low TV ratings, Pam points out that fans were every present in the digital sphere. Many a time, the show was the most downloaded on iTunes and most watched on The CW online. Therefore, Pam is hoping that this added numbers, combined with the pump in viewership for the season finale, will help nab SMG and Co another go around.
Fingers crossed! We so want to see an epic showdown between Siobhan and Bridget! It's the only thing we didn't get from the finale!
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