Get ready to binge-watch more Bernadette Peters! The Amazon series Mozart in the Jungle, starring the two-time Tony Award winner, has been renewed for a second season, according to Variety. The new episodes will premiere on Amazon Prime early next year.
Mozart in the Jungle is based on the Blair Tindall memoir of the same name and explores the drama, drugs and sex that underscores a fictional New York symphony’s struggle to adapt to a modern landscape fueled by a fiery new conductor. Peters plays Gloria, the symphony’s chairwoman.
In addition to Peters, the show features Gael Garcia Bernal, Saffron Burrows, Lola Kirke, Malcom McDowell and Peter Vack. Another name familiar to the Broadway scene, Alex Timbers, a co-creator and co-writer for the series. The Tony nominee is rumored to direct the stage adaptation of Frozen down the line.
But Peters isn’t the only Tony-winning actress to make it big on the Amazon small screen. Transparent, featuring Judith Light, will come back for its second season later this year. The comedy took home a Golden Globe in January for Best TV Series—Musical or Comedy; its star Jeffrey Tambor also won Best Actor.