‘Sex/Life’ Season 2 Netflix: Everything We Know So Far

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Sex/Life season 2 has officially wrapped filming and will be coming soon to Netflix possibly in 2022 but more likely in 2023. In this preview for the second season, we’ll be keeping you up to date with all the latest production updates, casting news, trailers, and a Netflix release date the second we get one.

Sex/Life is a romantic comedy series that set the internet alight in the Summer of 2021, thanks to its risque scenes and raunchy moments. Without a doubt, it was the surprise “package” of the Summer that was watched by millions worldwide. The series was created by Stacy Rukeyser, who previously worked as a producer on UnREAL and Twisted.

Sex/Life Season 2 Netflix Renewal Status

Official Netflix Renewal Status: Renewed (Last Updated: 09/12/2021)

It was reported in August 2021 that Netflix had quietly renewed Sex/Life. It’s no surprise that the series was renewed, thanks to a particular scene that caused an incredible stir online.

Since Netflix began recording the hourly numbers, Sex/Life has been watched for 282,100,000 million hours while in the Netflix global top ten list.

Here’s a breakdown of how well the show did in the top 10s (note that we’re missing the first week of viewings because Netflix’s data only goes up to June 27th).

Week Period Hours Viewed(M) Rank Week in Top 10
June 27th, 2021 to July 4th, 2021 86,730,000 1 1
July 4th, 2021 to July 11th, 2021 69,860,000 (-19%) 1 2
July 11th, 2021 to July 18th, 2021 45,000,000 (-36%) 3 3
July 18th, 2021 to July 25th, 2021 31,200,000 (-31%) 3 4
July 25th, 2021 to August 1st, 2021 21,620,000 (-31%) 6 5
August 1st, 2021 to August 8th, 2021 15,500,000 (-28%) 8 6
August 8th, 2021 to August 15th, 2021 12,190,000 (-21%) 9 7

According to the top 10 data from FlixPatrol, Sex/Life is the fourth-best performing Netflix Original series of 2021 and the best performing English Original series of the year. Only Squid Game, Money Heist and Lupin outperformed Sex/Life.

In the US, Nielsen tracked the viewing figures for the first season to be at over 449 million minutes watched.

What is the production status of Sex/Life season 2?

Official Production Status: Filming Scheduled/Pre-Production (Last Updated: 09/12/2021)

According to the Canadians Director Guild, the show has been in pre-production since November 2021 in Ontario, Canada.

On January 22nd Stacy Rukeyser (who is the showrunner of Sex/Life) revealed that the scripts were all done on season 2 with the final episode of season 2 titled “Heavenly Day”.

Thanks to the information listed on Production Weekly issue #1276, filming is reportedly scheduled to begin on February 7th, 2022. Filming will run for several weeks before ending on April 29th, 2022.

The Canadian Director’s Guild reports that post-production on the show will run through to June 17th and sound-post (things like ADR) will run through to the end of October 2022.

The cast members have been teasing getting back into production throughout January 2022.

  • Mike Vogel posted at the end of January 2022 that he was back in Toronto in anticipation for the production posting “Back at it…. @sexlife S2. What better place to start than Toronto’s best gym.”
  • Stacy Rukeyser posted that she was soon leaving for Vancouver in January 2022.
  • On January 28th, Adam Demos posted on Instagram “Almost time to start @sexlife season 2 Pumped!”
  • Throughout March and April, plenty of snaps were found in and around Toronto for the production of season 2.

  • On April 28th, Meghan Heffern posted that it was her last day on set adding “Caroline is not steamy. Caroline is Caroline but regardless, I think everyone is going to be very satisfied with season two of Sex Life “
  • On May 10th, Danielle Statuto who serves as editor on the series, posted on Instagram that she was editing the season finale of Sex/Life season 2.

When can we expect to see Sex/Life season 2 on Netflix?

Given production isn’t scheduled to start until February, and ends in April there’s only a slight chance that Sex/Life will return for season 2 in 2022.

At the earliest, we may see the series return by the end of 2022, but it’s more likely we’ll see the show return in early 2023.

Which cast members will return for Sex/Life season 2?

We’ll definitely be seeing the return of plenty of actors from the first season. Naturally, we’ll see the return of Sarah Shahi, Mike Vogel, and Adam Demos, the actors behind Netflix’s sauciest love triangle.

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Sarah Shahi (left)  Mike Vogel (center), and Adam Demos (right)

We can expect to see the following actors return in Sex/Life season 2:

Role Cast Member
Billie Connelly Sarah Shahi
Cooper Connelly Mike Vogel
Brad Simon Adam Demos
Sasha Snow Margaret Odette
Hudson Phoenix Reich
Devon Jonathan Sadowski
Francesca Li Jun Li
Trina Amber Goldfarb

In late February 2022, we also got news on who will be joining the Sex/Life season 2.

Wallis Day (known for playing Kate Kane in Batwoman and Agent Shin in Infinite) will play Gigi.

Craig Bierko (known for UnREAL) will play Mick.

Dylan Bruce (who starred in Orphan Black and Midnight, Texas) will play Spencer.

Darius Homayoun (known for playing Amir in Succession and Peyman in Apple TV+’s Tehran) will play Majid.

Cleo Anthony (featured in Divergent, Transparent and NCIS) plays Kam.

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In other Sex/Life news, the showrunner recently contributed to a long piece from Vice discussing how showrunning is in a crisis at the moment.

We also know that Jessika Borsiczky will return to direct in season 2.

Are you looking forward to the release of Sex/Life season 2 on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

‘Sex/Life’ Season 2 Netflix: Everything We Know So Far

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 and serves as one of the lead writers here on What's on Netflix. Jacob covers all things Netflix movies and TV shows but specializes in covering anime and K-dramas. Resides in the United Kingdom.