Sex/Life season two is officially on the way so we can all breathe a massive sigh of relief.
The first series of the racy drama, starring Adam Demos, Sarah Shahi and Mike Vogel, sent viewers into meltdown when it landed on Netflix in 2021, thanks largely to that shower scene.
Although a second season was announced shortly after, a release date has only just been confirmed – with new episodes set to drop on the streaming platform on March 2.
The trailer teases even more drama in store for Billie Connelly (Sarah) as she juggles her marriage to husband Cooper (Mike), and her intense attraction to her ex-boyfriend Brad Simon (Adam).
Unsurprisingly, there are passionate scenes galore in the minute-long clip, as Billie and Brad grow close, while Cooper enjoys a flirtation with his boss, Francesca (Li Jun Li).
‘Not everyone has it,’ she says in a voiceover. ‘The desire to wake up, stop sleepwalking through our lives.
Sex/Life season 2 is on the way – and promises to be even steamier than the first series (Picture: Netflix)
Mike Vogel and Sarah Shahi will both be returning (Picture: Netflix)
‘To stop trying to do the right thing, while denying our truth.
‘But those of us who do, we tread in dangerous waters.’
She adds: ‘Because once you wake up, once you get even just a tiny taste, there’s no going back.’
Adam Demos is also reprising his role as Brad in the series (Picture: Netflix)
Margaret Odette and Jonathan Sadowski will also be reprising their roles as Sasha Snow and Devon respectively, while Wallis Day, Craig Bierko, Dylan Bruce, Darius Homayoun and Cleo Anthony have joined the cast.
Stacy Rukeyser, Sex/Life’s creator and showrunner said of the season two announcement: ‘I’m thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to continue telling this story for Billie, and for all of us.’
The first batch of episodes followed Billie as she became dissatisfied in her marriage, and slipped off into sexual fantasies about her ex-boyfriend, and her free-spirited youth in New York.
Her life, and subsequently Cooper’s life, was turned upside down when Brad reappeared on the scene, forcing her to confront her past and her future.
In the final few moments, she was forced to make a choice and decided to take the plunge with her ex – while also attempting to keep her marriage in tact.
Something tells us this won’t be easy…
Sex/Life season 2 is released on Netflix on March 2.
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