Frankie Shaw as Bridgette
Frankie Shaw took to Twitter to thank fans for making the Season 2 renewal of Showtime’s “SMILF” possible. Showtime

Showtime has picked up Frankie Shaw’s “SMILF” for Season 2.

“From its first episode, the refreshingly honest point of view of ‘SMILF’ broke through with audiences, the press and on social media,” Gary Levine, Showtime Networks president of programming, said in a statement. “Frankie Shaw is a creative force to be reckoned with and we love having her on Showtime. Her show is funny and forthright, pointed and poignant, irreverent and relevant, all at once. We can’t wait to see where Frankie takes ‘SMILF’ next season.”

Shortly after the season renewal was announced, Shaw — who created, exec produces and stars as single mom Bridgette Bird in the comedy — took to Twitter to thank the show’s fans. “Ratings are all you, thank you,” she tweeted.

In a lengthier tweet, Shaw revealed how happy she was after hearing the great news. “So excited [that] I can’t focus,” the 31-year-old actress wrote. “My editor Todd [Downing] is looking at me [and is] like ‘Frankie put the phone down, put the phone down, Frankie, we have a cut to finish.’ But there’s a party over here. I’m jumping on the couch in love with this announcement like Tom Cruise was in love with Katie Holmes.”

Frankie’s “SMILF” co-stars Rosie O’Donnell and Connie Britton also acknowledged the show’s season renewal on social media. Check out their tweets below:

The first season of “SMILF” will conclude on Sunday, Dec. 31 at 10 p.m. EST, with a special preview available online and On Demand on Friday, Dec. 29. “SMILF” will then go back into production on Season 2 sometime next year.

Plot details about the finale are being kept under wraps, but Shaw told The Hollywood Reporter earlier this month that the season ender will see Bridgette dealing with her dad, who sexually abused her. “We’re sort of building toward an end of the season line where she has the courage to approach her dad,” Shaw said.

“It’s all leading up to facing her dad,” Shaw echoed in a separate interview with Variety. “You’ll have to wait and see. It’s hard to talk about without giving it away. It ends up being a total disaster.”