Cabler E! announced Thursday that it had renewed I Am Cait for a second season.

The reality series which documents Caitlyn Jenner's transition wrapped up its first season eight-episode run in September.

“I'm looking forward to continuing the conversation,” Jenner said in a statement.

In announcing the pickup, Jeff Olde, executive vice president of programming and development at E!, praised the show.

“Caitlyn's story has ignited a global conversation on the transgender community on a scale that has never been seen before,” he said.

“We are honored Caitlyn has chosen to continue to share her ongoing story with our viewers around the world,” Olde added.

I Am Cait's premiere attracted 2.7 million viewers, numbers The New York Times called “solid.” Ratings fell in subsequent episodes by more than half. The show's finale attracted an audience of 1.3 million.

After much speculation, Jenner came out as transgender in April, telling ABC News' Diane Sawyer, “For all intents and purposes, I am a woman.”

Caitlyn Jenner first appeared in June on the cover of Vanity Fair under the headline “Call Me Caitlyn.”