Season 2 of "Southern Charm" Debuts on March 16th

SouthernCharm2Get ready, Charleston - Bravo's Southern Charm returns for its second season on March 16th at 10 pm.

According to Bravo's website, the following cast members are returning this year with top billing - Craig Conover, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose, and Whitney Sudler-Smith. As previously reported, Jenna King will not be featured this season.

The network also introduced fans to new cast member Landon Clements, "a friend of Shep’s, who moves back to Charleston to hit refresh on her life after a recent divorce."

Although not mentioned on the website, Holy City Sinner has heard through multiple sources that Pat Altschul, J.D. Madison, Cooper Ray, and Jennifer Snowden will be featured on the show as secondary cast members (more on them in a later post).

The Wrap is reporting that a half-hour preview special will air on Monday, March 9th at 10 pm.

Here's the full text from Bravo:

Everyone’s favorite Charlestonians, Craig Conover, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose, and Whitney Sudler-Smith return for a second season and what a difference a year makes as the cast is more driven and ambitious than ever. Thomas and Kathryn are sleepless parents to a beautiful baby girl, and in between bottle feedings and diaper changings they find time to spearhead Thomas’s campaign for United States Senate. Shep is busy buying his very first Charleston home and running The Palace Hotel which, ironically, is none other than a hot dog restaurant. Whitney, a jack-of-all-trades, breaks into the reatuarant and music businesses while offering Thomas a hand with his campaign. With Craig an official law school graduate and Cameran newly married and making her name as a real estate agent, the crew is taking King Street by storm. New addition this season is Landon Clements, a friend of Shep’s since college, who moves back to Charleston to hit refresh on her life after a recent divorce. Even with this recent success, relationship tensions, ballots, businesses, and babies push the group to their breaking points.

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