Just days after the first season finale, VH1 has picked up hourlong scripted drama Hindsight for a second season.

Hindsight is the latest project driving VH1’s push into the scripted genre. The series comes on the heels of the network’s original movie Drumline: A New Beat, which was the #1 non-sports telecast on cable of the night of its premiere on October 27th, according to the network. VH1’s hit scripted series Hit The Floor recently wrapped its second season as the number one ad-supported cable scripted drama among women 18-49, and is currently in production for season 3.

Hindsight stars Laura Ramsey as Becca, who, on the eve of her second wedding in 2015, is having misgivings about her life, her career, and her husband-to-be, Andy (Nick Clifford). Suddenly, she is transported back in time twenty years to the morning of her first wedding day in 1995, when she’s about to marry Sean (Craig Horner), a bad-boy artist who is all wrong for her. Becca has the opportunity to fix all of her mistakes and make the ‘right’ decisions the second time around – and her first move is to reconnect with her former best friend Lolly (Sarah Goldberg), with whom she had a falling out many years ago. But soon enough, Becca discovers there’s no sure-fire way to make the right choices in life – even knowing everything she thinks she knows now. One decision may have the power to drastically alter not just Becca’s future but the future of the people she loves the most.

Hindsight is created by Emily Fox (Jane By Design), who also serves as executive producer along with John A. Norris (One Tree Hill). Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman serve as executive producers for Timberman/Beverly. Maggie Malina also serves as executive producer along with Alexander A. Motlagh for POPfilms . Susan Levison and Jill Holmes are executive producers for VH1.