VH1 is bringing back Hip Hop Squares for a second season, the network said.
The series debuted to over 3.2 million viewers when it premiered in the fall. It comes from Ice Cube and his Cube Vision production company in conjunction with Jesse Collins Entertainment, Scott St. John and Jeff Kwatinetz’s The Firm.
“Hip Hop Squares smashed ratings records as one of the most watched new series of the year,” Chris McCarthy, president VH1, MTV and Logo, said. “We couldn’t ask for a better creative force to steer the show than Ice Cube or a better partner than CBS Distribution, and we are thrilled to keep this party going."
VH1 Hip Hop Squares is hosted by DeRay Davis. The show features the biggest names in hip hop, comedy and entertainment as they come to play and party.
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