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‘Sweet Magnolias’ Season 2: Renewal status and more about the feel-good drama

Sweet Magnoliashas been the treat we all didn’t expect we needed. After its May 2020 release, Netflix left us wanting more of the feel-good drama. Today marks a wonderful day as the streaming giant finally renewed the series for a second season, and here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming season!

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First of all, the series is based on Sherryl Woods’ books of the same name while the series comes from Sheryl J. Anderson. The story revolves around three women as all of them face a number of challenges––of course, with the support of each other.

On the 23rd of July, 2020, the official Twitter account of the series tweeted out that the series will finally be returning for a second season.

Shortly after that, JoAnna Garcia Swisher (who plays Maddie in the series) posted a message on Instagram thanking the show and most especially the fans. According to swisher, the second season will be full of “hope, comfort, drama, and goodness.” Just what we needed during these trying times.

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If you’re wondering what the second season is packing, then we’ve got you covered. Not much has been said by Netflix and the series itself, but we all have unanswered questions that we want to be answered ASAP. SPOILERS AHEAD, by the way. For example, the condition of Kyle after the car accident and who was with him, what’s the update on Maddie and Bill, Isaac’s birth parents, will we ever see Erik and Helen back together, as well as Ty and Annie. Believe me, there are a handful of questions besides these ones.

Fortunately for the show, there’s plenty of material to work alongside with thanks to Sherryl Woods. According to Woods, the first season came from the first three books of the 11-book series. Eight more books to take content from, I see. Does that mean more seasons? Well, let’s support the series first and let Netflix do the talking afterward. For now, we’re just glad it’s back and it’s coming.

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