Who says new animated series never last if they're not made by Seth MacFarlane? While Comedy Central's animated park ranger comedy 'Brickleberry' has had somewhat lukewarm critical reception, we've just learned the comedy network has officially gone forward in ordering a second season of the Daniel Tosh-produced effort. Find out when the new season debuts and what's different about the sophomore year inside!

Good news for fans of Comedy Central's Daniel Tosh-fronted animated comedy 'Brickleberry,' as we've just heard from Deadline the network has ordered a second season, to begin its run in Fall 2013. Unlike the first season of 10 episodes, the network has generously upped the order to a full 13 episodes for the sophomore run.

For those unfamiliar with the series, 'Brickleberry' stars comedian Daniel Tosh, 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star Kaitlin Olson, David Herman and voiceover legend Tom Kenny, following a group of dysfunctional and incompetent park rangers at a second-tier national park. The series averages 1.8 total million viewers each week and performs as the second-highest-rated series in its time slot with men 18-34 and men 18-24.

“We are happy to continue educating America’s youth about nature, and the national conservation movement,” says Kent Alterman, Comedy Central’s Head of Original Programming and Production. Somehow, we think he was being sarcastic.

Do you think 'Brickleberry' deserved a second season? What shows are you waiting for renewal news?