The comedy centers on two female college students who secretly act as vigilantes targeting sexual assailants. The cast includes Eliza Bennett, Taylor Dearden, Nick Fink, Dylan McTee, Brandon Mychal Smith, and Aisha Dee.
Sweet/Vicious ended its first season on January 24th to low ratings. Overall, the 10-episode season earned an average rating of .08 in the 18-49 demo and only 180,000 viewers — making it the lowest-rated scripted series on MTV.
However, McCarthy there still may be a second season:
We love the characters and how the show relates to modern feminism. Its numbers were disappointing but the sentiment for the show has been nothing but fantastic.”
What do you think? Have you seen Sweet/Vicious? Do you want a second season?