The second installment of the fan-favorite 'Southern Charm' spinoff premieres this December
Southern Hospitality is serving up another season of drama.
Bravo's fan-favorite reality series is returning for its second season this December, the trailer for which dropped Saturday as thousands of viewers gathered in Las Vegas to celebrate their love for the network at BravoCon 2023.
Mia Alario, Joe Bradley, Bradley Carter, TJ Dinch, Will Kulp, Grace Lilly, Maddi Reese, Emmy Sharrett, Mikel Simmons and Lucía Peña will all be back for another season. They'll be joined this time joined by new VIP Server Oisin O’Neill, whose larger-than-life personality (and Only Fans page) causes shockwaves through the group.
He appears to make a move for fellow VIP server Emmy in the trailer, causing her bartender boyfriend Will to push back. "He's trying to get in Emmy's pants and the only thing standing in his way is me," Will says.
But Oisin, who makes it clear he has "no respect" for Will, has no issue dropping some dirt about his competition. "You better watch him," he says. "I've got some dirt. The boy was misbehaving."
The accusation puts Will on the defense. "It's not like a f---ed the girl," he says.
Will and Emmy's relationship troubles are just the tip of the iceberg. Lies, deceit and betrayal is the theme of the trailer with multiple relationships exploding.
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The biggest seems to be between Maddi and Trevor. The two got back together last season, after Trevor had cheated on her, but it seems they're right back where they started.
"Did you do it?" Maddi is seen asking Trevor, after rumors surfaced that he was unfaithful again.
"There was no physical touch going on!" Trevor says.
"You told me she texted you and you told her to f--- off," Maddi yells. "F---ing liar! F--- you!"
"Women aren't crazy," Maddi says later. "Men make women crazy."
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There's plenty of more to come this season, including Grace attempting to kidnap her cat back after her boyfriend allegedly "broke into my house and stole her."
Of the drama this season, she says, "Things went 0 to 100, like, really quick out of nowhere."
Season 2 of Southern Hospitality premieres Thursday, Dec. 7 (at 9 p.m. ET/PT) on Bravo. Episodes will be available to stream the next day on Peacock.
BravoCon 2023 is taking place through Sunday at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.
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