Sweet Magnolias is coming back on Netflix in early 2022: let’s discover the release date and take a first look at season 2 of the series!
Dana Sue, Helen and Maddie are back on our screen in 2022! Netflix announced season 2 of Sweet Magnolias will land on its platform on February, 4!
The official logline
As Season 2 opens, Maddie, Helen, and Dana Sue learn who is in the car. But that’s just the first of many surprises that come out of Prom Night — surprises that reshape relationships all over town. Friendships flounder. Old loves end and new loves begin. Long-hidden secrets disrupt jobs, change lives, and shift the balance of power in Serenity. Everyone is affected.
In laughter and in loss, the Sweet Magnolias continue to fight for what is right for themselves and the people they love — even when those efforts come with a high price tag. Will they find there are some problems not even Margarita Night can solve? Come pour it out and find out.
The series will immediately start where we left the characters in the season 1 finale, after the car accidents. We will finally fin out who was on the car and it seems this will affect pretty much everyone in town.
A preview on Ty and Annie’s dynamic in season 2
“Complicated would be the best word to describe Ty and Annie’s situation in Season 2 (premiering Friday, Feb. 4), and even that feels like an understatement. The night of the accident will leave its mark on everyone in town, and no relationship — romantic or otherwise — will emerge unscathed. Annie and Ty both have exciting journeys ahead of them, even if they aren’t what fans are probably expecting.”
The cast remains the same! Here is the list of actors!
JoAnna Garcia Swisher as Maddie Townsend, Brooke Elliott as Dana Sue Sullivan, Heather Headley as Helen Decatur, Chris Klein as Bill Townsend, Jamie Lynn Spears as Noreen Fitzgibbons, Justin Bruening as Cal Maddox, Carson Rowland as Tyler Townsend, Logan Allen as Kyle Townsend, Anneliese Judge as Annie Sullivan, Brandon Quinn as Ronnie Sullivan and Dion Johnstone as Erik Whitley.
What do you think of this first look at Sweet Magnolias 2?