The new show Sweet Magnolias, which made people feel better during the pandemic, is back. Yes, Netflix has confirmed that a third season will be coming out. Here, we tell you everything about the new episodes, including when they will air, who will be in them, and what will happen.
Fans of the show will be happy to hear this. There will be a third season of Sweet Magnolias, and Netflix has already started making it. So it could come out on TV a few months earlier than planned. The books by Sherryl Woods are what the show is based on. The story has changed a bit, but there is a lot more source material for the show.
It started airing in May 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic, and since then, a lot of people have watched it. At the time, it was even the number one show on the list of the top 10. A few months before the show’s second anniversary, it was announced that there would be a second season, which also did well when it came out.
Now, the production company has said that the new thing will have a total of 10 episodes. As we’ve seen before, each episode will likely last about 45 minutes. “Everyone, we’re going back to Serenity! We are so happy to tell you that there will be a third season of Sweet Magnolias. I can’t wait to see you all at home “, the Twitter page for Sweet Magnolias Writers said.
Sweet Magnolias’ Date of Release
There is currently no definite release date, however, it is anticipated that the new episodes will debut in 2023. It has been reported that filming would continue until around October 20 of this year, beginning in July. Thus, the production will require several months to complete editing and other tasks. The filming location is once again located in Covington and Atlanta, Georgia.
The cast of ‘Sweet Magnolias’
The three magnolias will be played by the three main actresses. Maddie Townsend will be played by JoAnna Garcia Swisher. Dana Sue Sullivan will be played by Brooke Elliot, and Helen Decatur will be played again by Heather Headley. Yes, they will all return for the third season of the show.
They won’t be the only ones who show up. Members of their made-up families will also be there. Their kids Tyler, Kyle, and Annie are back. Tyler is played by Carson Rowland, Kyle by Logan Allen, and Annie by Anneliese Judge.
Bill, on the other hand, was played by Chris Klein. He had a small part in the second season, so it’s likely that he will show up once or twice. The same goes for Jamie Lynn Spears, who plays Noreen. She has already confirmed that she will be in the show by sharing photos from her dressing room on the first day of filming.
Brandon Quinn, who plays Ronnie, Maddie’s on-and-off-again husband, and other supporting characters, like Chris Medlin’s Isaac, who has just found his way after finding out who his real parents are, are likely to come back. There may also be new characters, but we won’t know for sure until the production company tells us more or the episodes come out.
Sweet Magnolias’ Storyline
In an interview with TVLine, Sheryl J. Anderson said that the new episodes will answer many of the questions left over from the end of season 2. For example, when asked who cut Dana Sue’s tyres, she said, “I don’t know.” “I’ll just say that he has a history with our ladies and other people in town. He was gone for a while, but now he’s back with something to do. He’s come home to make things right “.
He also said that Victoria and other troublemakers could come back to the show in the future. Then, in an interview with Glamour, he said that no question can stand up to what will happen in season 3. “I hope that at the end of the season, everyone’s main question will be, “Are they going to have another season?”
Where Did Season Two End?
In the second season of Sweet Magnolias, Dana Sue’s relationship with Ronnie got back on track, and the Townsends had to deal with the fact that Isaac is a member of the family. Helen also had a hard time after losing her baby.
At the same time, Maddie’s relationship with Cal (Justin Bruening) ran into trouble when she found out that he had trouble controlling his anger and had been charged with assault in the past.
Who is the showrunner for Season 3 of Sweet Magnolias?
Good Housekeeping says that there have been 11 “Sweet Magnolias” books published so far. This means that there is a lot of material for the producers, writers, cast, and crew to work with for a long time, as long as Netflix wants to fund and distribute more seasons of the feel-good, small-town Southern soap.
Netflix worked with Sheryl J. Anderson, a veteran TV writer, and producer who got her start on the cult comedy “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” in the 1990s and then went on to write and produce the original version of “Charmed” in the 1990s and 2000s, to develop this large literary canon for streaming TV.
Anderson has a lot of experience with lighter shows like “When Calls the Heart” and “The Good Witch,” and she also had a big part in the 2007-2008 reboot of “Flash Gordon.” Since the beginning of “Sweet Magnolias,” Anderson has been in charge of the show’s creative direction. He has written five episodes, worked as both a producer and an executive producer, and has been the show’s “runner.”
When Netflix renewed “Sweet Magnolias” for a third season in May 2022, Variety made sure to mention that Anderson had also signed on to be the showrunner for that third batch of episodes.
Netflix has confirmed that there will be a third season of ‘Sweet Magnolias’. The show started airing in May 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is anticipated that the new episodes will debut in 2023. Each episode will likely last about 45 minutes. Sheryl J. Anderson said that the new episodes will answer many of the questions left over from the end of season 2.
Brandon Quinn, who plays Maddie’s on-and-off-again husband, and other supporting characters, like Chris Medlin’s Isaac, are likely to come back. Netflix renewed “Sweet Magnolias” for a third season in May 2022. Sheryl J. Anderson will continue to serve as the show’s showrunner. She has worked on lighter shows like “When Calls the Heart” and “The Good Witch” since the 1990s.