A&E has called Steven Seagal back to duty for a second season of Lawman, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Lawman scored the best ratings ever for an A&E series launch when it premiered to 3.4 million viewers last December. The reality show follows the 58-year-old action star on duty as a reserve deputy sheriff in Jefferson Parish, La.
Production on the series was suspended in April after Seagal was accused of sexual harassment. Jefferson Parish's sheriff said the allegations would be a distraction, according to the trade paper. The lawsuit was dropped in July.
The eight episodes airing this year were all shot before the lawsuit and it is unclear if the suspension is still in effect.
Season 2 of Steven Seagal Lawman premieres on Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 10/9c.