"Too Close to Home" is a hidden gem on the TLC network. It isn't something you would typically find airing on it, but it is gaining a huge following. Season 1 aired in the fall of 2016 and Season 2 began this past January. There are just two episodes left before the season finale and no announcement has been made about a Season 3.

Views are climbing

Since "Too Close to Home" began airing Season 2, the viewership has grown. There is more promotion this time around, and there have been groups popping up for the show on Facebook now. Social media is a huge influence on what people watch, and with all of the attention on "Too Close to Home," it is a very good thing.

On top of the growing groups, each Wednesday night, the stars of the show can be seen interacting with their fans on Twitter. If you have something to say, make sure you tweet your feedback.

There has been some criticism about the acting, but Season 2 seems to be more groomed than the first season. Some familiar faces can be seen on the small screen. Heather Locklear plays the FLOTUS, and she is out to get poor Anna (Danielle Savre). Bonnie is played by soap alum Kelly Sullivan, who you may have seen on "The Young and the Restless" as Sage or "General Hospital" as Connie/Kate. Brody seems to be the one the women are fixated on, played by Brock O'Hurn. Robert Craighead plays Sheriff Mobley, and he also seems to be a huge hit among fans.

Fans beg for Season 3

As of now, there has not been an announcement for Season 3. Fans are tweeting to the network to renew "Too Close to Home." There is no way that all of the loose ends will be tied up with the Season 2 finale, and fans wants answers. It appears that more stories will be coming to the forefront, and more information about what happened to the sisters has been presented.

With everything Tyler Perry still has to tell, it would be a shame not to get at least one more season.

"Too Close to Home" airs on the TLC network on Wednesday nights. Join the actors and live tweet your way through each episode, and see why it's really the network's best kept secret.