The second season of TV Land’s popular original series High School Reunion will return Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 10 p.m. ET, giving viewers a chance to watch the romance and drama play out as 19 people reunite in Kauai for a televised 20-year class reunion.
This season, which include eight episodes, features the Class of 1988 from Arizona’s Chandler High School.
High School Reunion is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television.
"Going to one's high school reunion is something that virtually everyone can relate to and, in this season's show, viewers will find more intrigue, more amazing secrets revealed and more drama than ever before,” Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land, said in a statement. “This show is totally relatable, compelling entertainment made specifically for that 40-something viewer—TV Land PRIME's target audience."
This season’s iteration is full of controversy, tension and romance as the classmates grapple with unrequited love, adolescent embarrassments and broken friendships, network officials said. Viewers will watch as “The Outcast” struggles with her emotions when a scandalous secret comes to light; see “The Troublemaker” step over a dangerous line; and follow “The Ugly Duckling,” now a voluptuous Playboy model, as she seeks approval of unforgiving classmates, among other happenings.
TVLandPrime.com users will be able to enjoy full episodes online the day after the episodes air; exclusive sneak peeks and extended and deleted scenes; behind-the-scenes photos and video taken by the cast; and weekly blogs from cast members.
Last season, High School Reunion was a breakout hit for the network, delivering an average of 821,000 total viewers per episode and 0.5 rating among adults 25-54 and 40-54, respectively.