TV Land has okayed a second season of their hit original series TV Land: Myths and Legends. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show originally debuted in January of 2007 and averaged 819,000 viewers over its six-week run.

The series sets out to find the truth behind certain Hollywood mysteries, scandals, rumors and urban legends. Seven half-hour episodes have been ordered in total, and will focus on whether Arnold Schwarzenegger was originally cast as TV's Incredible Hulk and if Jennifer Lopez's derriere is really insured for $1 billion. They will also look into whether Mars Inc., maker of M&M's, turned down product placement in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, allowing Reese's Pieces to step in and benefit immensely.

The second season will premiere at 10 p.m. Aug. 27.