The network said it will start production on 20 new episodes in October, with a premiere date tentatively scheduled for January 2011.
"We are so excited that 'Hot in Cleveland' was embraced by viewers in such a big way," Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land, said in a statement. "We absolutely love the show and can't wait to see what hilarious new experiences these characters will encounter in the next 20 episodes."
Season 1 of the show debuted last month.
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