It’s been one and a half years since Sex/Life gave us the best love triangle on TV. But there’s good news: Netflix has confirmed that season 2 will come out on its official date.
The streaming giant also released a teaser for the second season, giving fans their first look at the drama.
Sex/Life spent eight episodes exploring the love triangle between sex-obsessed suburban mom Billie (Sarah Shahi), her straight-laced, devoted husband Cooper (Mike Vogel), and her bad-boy ex-boyfriend Brad (Adam Demos), who is also Shahi’s real-life boyfriend.
Just when it seemed like Billie had decided what to do, the last episode ended with a twist and cliffhanger that set up season 2.
In the trailer, Shahi’s voiceover says, “Not everyone wants to wake up and stop sleepwalking through our lives.” “Stop trying to do the right thing while denying what we know to be true. But those of us who do are walking on dangerous ground.”
It says, “Because once you wake up, once you get even a little taste, there’s no turning back.” In season 2, Margaret Odette, Li Jun Li, and Jonathan Sadowski will join the show’s main trio again. Dylan Bruce, Cleo Anthony, Wallis Day, Darius Homayoun, and Craig Bierko will join the cast.
Read on for everything you need about Sex/second Life’s season.
Sex/Life Season 2: Release Date Details
The second season of Sex/Life will be on Netflix on March 2, 2023.
Who’s In The Cast Of Sex/life Season 2?
Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black), Craig Bierko (UnREAL), Darius Homayoun (Succession), and Cleo Anthony (She’s Gotta Have It) have all been added to the cast.
They will join Billie Connelly, who is played by Sarah Shahi, and Brad, who is played by Adam Demos and may now be her new boyfriend.
The cast of Netflix’s ‘Sex/Life’ is expanding for Season 2 with the addition of 5 new actors in recurring roles, they include Dylan Bruce, Craig Bierko, Darius Homayoun, Cleo Anthony, and Wallis Day. Their roles are as yet unknown https://t.co/PMKeI4fNRW
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) February 28, 2022
Billie’s husband Cooper (Mike Vogel), her best friend Sasha (Margaret Odette), Cooper’s boss Francesca (Li Jun Li), and Cooper’s workmate Devon will also be back on Sex/Life (Jonathan Sadowski).
What Happens In Sex/Life Season 2?
The second season of Sex/Life grabs us by the hand and pulls us back into Billie Connelly’s wild world. The series keeps tracking Billie’s changing relationships with her family, her past (including her incredibly attractive ex-boyfriend Brad), and her future. Billie tries to be happy as a mother of two in a suburb, but she still longs for the freedom she had as a single, sexually fulfilled Ph.D. student in psychology in New York City.
Season 2 will examine what it means to be a woman and what she wants while making Sex/world Life bigger. From what the trailer shows, fans can expect to learn more about what Billie’s best friend, Sasha, gets up to in the bedroom.
Rukeyser says, “We have a lot of interesting new characters, including a hot new love interest for Sasha.” “She has always been fiercely independent, but when this man from her past who can’t be denied comes back into her life, he makes her question everything, including what it means to “have it all.”
Where We Can Watch Sex/life Season 2?
Sex/Life Season 2 is available on Netflix, Hotstar, Voot, and Jio Cinema.
Is There A Trailer For Sex/life Season 2?
Yes, and you can watch it right here:
If you enjoyed Sex/Life and are looking for similar TV shows that explore themes of love, relationships, and sexuality, here are some recommendations:
- Bridgerton – This Netflix series is a period drama set in Regency-era England that follows the romantic lives of the wealthy Bridgerton family and their associates.
- Masters of Sex – This Showtime series is set in the 1950s and 60s and explores the lives of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, pioneering researchers in the field of human sexuality.
- Easy – This Netflix series is an anthology of loosely connected stories about relationships, sex, and love in modern-day Chicago.
- Insecure – This HBO series follows the life of a young African-American woman as she navigates her relationships, career, and personal growth.
- Love – This Netflix series explores the ups and downs of a couple’s relationship as they try to navigate the complexities of love and commitment.
- Euphoria – This HBO series explores the lives of high school students as they deal with issues such as drug addiction, sexuality, and identity.
- The L Word: Generation Q – This Showtime series is a reboot of the original L Word series and follows the lives of a group of LGBTQ+ friends in Los Angeles.
These TV shows all deal with similar themes to Sex/Life and may be enjoyable for fans of the series.
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