“Modern Family” star Eric Stonestreet will return to “The Toy Box” after ABC decided to renew the competition series for a second season.

On the show’s official Twitter account, a photo of Stonestreet hosting an episode of “The Toy Box” has been posted. The caption states that brand new toy inventions will be unveiled soon in Season 2.

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In the program, investors, a.k.a. contestants, submit their toy concepts that go through several different trials. The ones who will get approval and be qualified will get the chance to test their invention in front of a panel of judges that is made up of 10 kids who are avid fans of toys.

The winner will have the chance to bring their invention to the market, with marketing, manufacturing and design support from prestigious toy brand Mattel. The winning toy will also be sold at stores as the season finale airs, according to Deadline.

According to TV Line, “The Toy Box” premiered in April on ABC with a total of 4.1 million viewers and a 0.8 demo rating among audiences aged 18 to 49. “The Toy Box,” which aired every Friday, was shown on the network for seven weeks. On average, the competition series received 2.9 million viewers and a 0.6 demo rating.

Meanwhile, Stonestreet spoke with AdWeek in April to share details about “The Toy Box.” The actor said that he was not really interested in hosting simply because he didn’t feel like any other work outside “Modern Family” will be on par with the hit sitcom. But the thought of working with kids for a couple of weeks helped change his mind.

“It was the hook of getting to work with the kids, the idea that the kids are going to be these judges and then in addition to that meeting these investors. My personality is much dryer and darker than the character I get to play on TV, so I thought it was going to be a fun opportunity to have awkward moments with adults and then rely on my ability to interact with kids from my days of wanting to be a clown,” he said.

“The Toy Box” Season 2 will premiere on ABC sometime next year.