BBC America Gives Copper a Second Season

Posted by at 12:38 pm on October 19, 2012

BBC America has given Copper, its freshman drama about a 19th-century New York City policeman, a second season. “Copper has proven to be a perfect fit for the channel,” said Perry Simon, BBC Worldwide America’s general manager of channels. “Production led by Tom Fontana, Will Rokos, Barry Levinson and Christina Wayne, along with the cast from both sides of the pond, truly captured the boiling pot that was New York City in 1864. We can’t wait to get started on the second season.”

The channel ordered 13 new episodes, three more than the show’s first-season run (which concludes this Sunday.) Copper’s premiere in August was watched by 1.8 million viewers, and it’s delivered more than a million each week since.

In addition to Copper returning in 2013, BBC American also announced that its second original scripted series Orphan Black, starring Tatiana Maslany, will go into production this month and premiere in early 2013.

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