Netflix Confirms the Release Date of Sweet Magnolias Season 2

After wrapping up filming in Georgia last summer, Sheryl L. Anderson, the show’s producer, is glad that Sweet Magnolias will be out finally in February 2022.

You may recognize Anderson for the famous original thriller TV show Charmed (1998-2001) along with Flash Gordon (2007-2008) where she was the writer and Ties That Bind (2015).

Here’s What We Know About Sweet Magnolias Season 2

Netflix confirmed the global release date of Sweet Magnolias season 2 on February 4 2022. The series began with the story of three ladies who face different and unique challenges. It was first released on the streaming platform on May 19 2020.

Watch Netflix’s trailer of Sweet Magnolias Season 2 that dropped on December 15 2021

When Was Sweet Magnolias Season 2 Renewed?

We got the news of the show’s second season on July 23 2020 so, it’s been a long wait to get to where we are. “Sweet Magnolias has been renewed for a second season!” was the Twitter post made my Netflix on July 23 2020, with a photo caption of the show’s leading ladies in close embrace.

What Is Sweet Magnolias Season 2 About?

The previous season’s biggest cliffhanger is the after-prom party fight leading to a car crash and an unconscious Kyle. With the car’s passenger kept mysterious, fans are eagerly waiting to know who it was in season 2.

Meanwhile, Maddie has to deal with her former partner wanting to rekindle their relationship, with their kids as the main driving force.

Dana, on the other hand strives to keep her business running while confronting the idea that she may have to work with her estranged son.

Helen finally ended her on-again-off-again relationship so, it’ll be worth seeing whether she lands a new catch, considering that she’s desperate to have a baby.

Who Will Feature in Sweet Magnolias Season 2?

Season 2 will see the return of the show’s previous stars including, Dana Sue Sullivan (Brooke Elliott), Maddie Townsend (JoAnna Garcia), Helen Decatur (Heather Headley), ‘Ty’ Townsend (Carson Rowland), Annie Sullivan (Anneliese Judge), Erik Whitley (Dion Johnston), Isaac Downey (Chris Medlin), Noreen Fitzgibbons (Jamie Lynn Spears) and Katie Townsend (Bianca Berry Tarantino).

Written by Hailey van Braam

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