23 June 2014 11:17 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

AMC has renewed its period drama, “Turn,” for a second season. Set during the Revolutionary War, the drama will return next spring with 10 new episodes. The renewal arrives after the series averaged 2 million total viewers in its first season consisting of 10 episodes. It also averaged 709,000 viewers in the advertiser-coveted demographic of Adults 18-49. In AMC's key demo of Adults 25-54, the series averaged 772,000 viewers. Also read: AMC Reveals First Look at ‘Better Call Saul,’ Announces Second Season Order “Turn” is produced by AMC Studios with Craig Silverstein (“Nikita”) serving as executive producer and showrunner. Barry Josephson (“Bones,” “Enchanted”) of Josephson. »

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