NBC’s freshman music series, “Songland,” has been producing hit after hit, with six of its songs achieving a number one ranking on an iTunes chart, and it seems the show will continue to get the chance to produce hits, even after tonight’s Season 1 finale.

The show allows up-and-coming songwriters to pitch their songs to some of top artists in today’s music, as well as work with the series’ in-house writer-producers — Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally — to get the tracks into tip-top shape. At the end of each episode, the week’s guest artist chooses one of the songs to record themselves, with the tune becoming available right after the episode finishes airing.

NBC revealed on Tuesday that it has no plans on canceling the songwriting competition series after episode 11, aka tonight’s season finale. Instead, the network has already chosen to renew “Songland” for a Season 2. No release date for the new season has been set yet.

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“Songland,” featuring Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean, Shane McAnally, is coming back for Season 2. Trae Patton/NBC

Prior to tonight’s Season 1 finale, “Songland” has been averaging a 1.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 5.1 million weekly viewers in “live plus seven day” Nielsens. Last week’s episode, episode 10 featuring Charlie Puth, had the best ratings (0.8 in the demo) and most viewers (3.959 million) since episode 5, which featured Meghan Trainor, according to TV Series Finale.

John Legend, will.i.am, Kelsea Ballerini, Jonas Brothers, Aloe Blacc, Macklemore, Old Dominion and Leona Lewis also appeared on “Songland” episodes this season, with Tedder’s OneRepublic set to close out Season 1 with tonight’s episode.

Catch episode 11 of “Songland” on NBC on Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT.