Quick. Someone grab the pimento cheese and margaritas. Netflix announced a season 3 of their runaway series Sweet Magnolias last spring, and the show has wrapped filming. As the friends who navigate life with one another in the series would say, “Pour it out!” We can’t get enough of the group hug that every episode brings to life’s most harrowing but relatable challenges.
Netflix took to Instagram to share the news that filming had wrapped, and let’s just say fans were excited.
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Almost as excited as they were when Netflix announced the series would be back.
We're going back to Serenity, y'all! 🌸 We are so thrilled to share we have a Season 3 of Sweet Magnolias. Can't wait to welcome y'all home. pic.twitter.com/ag1K9TwmMV— Sweet Magnolias (@SweetMagnolias) May 4, 2022
The Netflix romance-drama is led by JoAnna Garcia Swisher, and its second season dropped at the beginning of February. Fans were finally able to exhale after the first episode of the second season revealed that the car wreck cliffhanger that ended season one was—for all intents and purposes—benign. No one was killed, and no characters left the show, but it laid the groundwork for plot twists that continue to ripple.
Maddie, Helen and Dana Sue are expected to continue to walk life’s paths with one another in season 3, after facing infertility, break-ups, jealous partners, anger management issues and more. While no spoilers have been vented yet, the tumultuous ending leaves fans with some expectations. Namely, who the heck is the mystery woman who showed up at the end of season 2? And who does she think she is, calling Dana Sue a “homewrecker?” Y’all, we’re about to find out.
The announcement by Netflix about the upcoming third season of Sweet Magnolias was met with wild enthusiasm by fans on social media. Lots of butterfly, hand-clapping and heart emojis could be found among replies that ranged from “OMG YEEEEEEES” to “IT WAS TAKING YALL LONG ENOUGH.” No one knows exactly when the newest season will be released, but one thing’s for sure: There’s about to be a run on the premixed margaritas at the grocery stor