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‘Below Deck’ renewed for third season

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After pulling in season-high ratings for its season finale in this week, Bravo Tv’s “Below Deck” has been renewed for a third season.

Tuesday’s season finale attracted more than 1.4 million viewers, according to Bravo, with about half in the desired 18-49 demographic, according to TheWrap.com.

Two special episodes from this season have still to air: a show of lost episodes from this season on Tuesday (Oct. 28) and a reunion special hosted by Andy Cohen on Nov. 4.

No word yet on which of the crew will return and which will be replaced, though it’s a safe bet that Capt. Lee Rosbach will again skipper the yacht. Also, there’s no word yet on which yacht will be featured, but the show will likely center on a Caribbean season. Watch for camera crews around the BVIs this winter.

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