The second season of the hugely popular ABC Family drama is set to be released this month.
The first two seasons aired in 2015 and 2016, and were nominated for Emmy awards.
It has since been followed by a fourth season, which will air in 2019.
It was also nominated for an Emmy in 2017 for Outstanding Drama Series.
Amber’s first season had a strong ratings lift, but it is expected that a fourth would bring in the same sort of ratings.
According to Nielsen, the premiere episode of Season 2 garnered 1.23 million viewers, with a 2.07 rating in adults 18-49.
That’s up 20% from the previous episode.
While it was well received, the ratings were lower than the premiere, which was up 20%.
That suggests the show is having a tougher time getting viewers.
Season 2 averaged 5.4 million viewers and a 1.1 rating, both well below the season’s average.
Season 3 averages 3.8 million viewers with a 1-2 rating.
A number of critics had criticised the series for not following the traditional plotline, but the season has managed to stick with its main themes of family and love.
In an interview with MTV, series star Jennifer Morrison said the second season would explore the “drama of life, love and loss” while also exploring the “beauty” of family.
“It’s not about ‘who’s the winner or who’s the loser’ or who ‘has it better’,” she said.
“It’s about how people connect, how they grow and how they are changed by their experiences.”
“What we have here is an incredibly complex, emotional story about who we are as people, what we are meant to be and what we can do to survive.”