- Southern Hospitality season 2 is highly anticipated by fans and will premiere on December 7th at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
- The cast for season 2 has mostly stayed the same, with the addition of Oisin, a VIP server at Republic.
- The trailer for season 2 reveals intense drama, including relationship conflicts, job rivalries, and cheating scandals, keeping fans on the edge of their seats.
Southern Hospitality season 2 is coming to Bravo at the end of the year, and fans cannot wait for another season with the employees of Republic. The first season of the reality series aired a year ago to rave reviews. The show is a spin-off of Southern Charm and revolves around Leva Bonaparte’s club, Republic, and its employees. Several interesting and entertaining characters work for Leva, and the drama that ensued last season was enough for Bravo to want to bring it back for another wild season.
Last season of Southern Hospitality was full of captivating drama despite the cast being new to the reality TV world. There were relationship ups and downs between Maddi Reese and her boyfriend, Trevor Stokes, after he cheated on her, Joe Bradley’s crush on Madi, Joe and Mia Alario’s makeout session, Grace Lily simply being herself, and so much more. While season 1 was a great start to the series, it looks like Southern Hospitality season 2 will top last season.
Southern Hospitality Season 2 News
Southern Hospitality season 2 was officially confirmed at BravoCon 2023 in November 2023, which included a premiere date and trailer. For almost a year, fans speculated if Southern Hospitality would get renewed by Bravo for a second season, and many had a lot of hope. Season 1 did very well, so it’s not surprising that the network decided to give Leva and her Republic employees another season.
Southern Hospitality Season 2 Release Date
The release date for Southern Hospitality season 2 is Thursday, December 7, at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo (via BravoTV). The network confirmed the release date for the series at BravoCon 2023 in November, which was much anticipated by fans. Viewers can also stream the episodes the next day on Peacock.
Southern Hospitality Season 2 Cast
The cast for Southern Hospitality season 2 has stayed the same for the most part. The Republic employees returning for another season are Maddi, Joe, Mia, Grace, TJ Dinch, Bradley Carter, Emmy Sharrett, Will Kulp, and Lucía Peña. As for any newcomers, Oisin O’Neil, a VIP server at Republic, has been added to the cast for season 2.
Southern Hospitality Season 2 Trailer
The trailer for Southern Hospitality season 2 also premiered at BravoCon 2023. The trailer began with a producer asking Grace what happened, which was followed by Maddi and Trevor fighting over a girl texting him. It looks like there’s also trouble in paradise for Emmy and Will, as well as Bradley and his girlfriend.
Emmy also mentioned that she wants Maddi’s position as VIP manager at Republic, while Lucía begs Leva for her job back. The trailer even reveals that newbie Oisin has an OnlyFans and refers to himself as “The Milk Man.” At the end of the trailer, Maddi finds out Trevor cheated on her and seemingly confronts and tries to fight the woman. Just from the trailer, Southern Hospitality season 2 has fans on the edges of their seats.
Southern Hospitality season 2 premieres on Thursday, December 7, at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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- Leva Nowroozyani Bonaparte, Grace Lilly, Maddi Reese, Emmy Sharrett, Mia Alario, Will Kulp
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- A spin-off of Southern Charm, Southern Hospitality is a new reality TV series that stars Leva Bonaparte and her staff at the Republic Garden & Lounge. Focusing on the top performer of their four restaurants on Charleston’s famous King Street, the show highlights the team as they battle it out to work the best spots, earn the best tips, and navigate their young and dramatic lives. In addition, Leva acts as a boss and mentor for her young staff as they prepare for what they see as their biggest summer season yet.
- Jason Eksuzian
- Southern Charm
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- Haymaker East
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