CNN Premieres Season Two of Popular Flight MH370 Show

718210-a19d46cc-af9b-11e3-bbbe-18ebc4e71679ATLANTA, GA The worldwide leader in news is looking forward to a huge ratings bump in advance of an as-yet-unknown number of new episodes in its riveting series based on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

“We’re going to have a bunch of exciting guest stars who will speculate as to the whereabouts of the plane,” said managing editor Mark Whitaker in a recent interview with E Hollywood. “There will be charts and graphs with lots of arrows and shit, and the most exciting feature — poignant, moving 90-second profiles of some of the more interesting passengers,” he added.

Sources close to the network have confirmed that Aaron Sorkin is supervising the dialogue¬†for the segments of the second season that will detail the NTSB investigation, and are intended to feel like a “CSI”-style procedural.

“There will be a regular cast of air disaster experts trying to piece together the mystery of what happened while also negotiating their own complex, sexually-charged interactions,” explained an associate producer on condition of anonymity. “It’s the definition of must-see TV.”

Ad buys for commercial breaks are starting in the low seven figures for a thirty-second spot.

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