Inside ‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’ Season 2

Entertainment

| LAST UPDATE 07/04/2022

By Peral Simons
Sex, Lives, College, Girls
FilmMagic/FilmMagic for HBO via Getty Images

Season one of The Sex Lives Of College Girls had us hooked. It gave us everything we could dream of from a television show - empowering female friendships, scandal, and, yes, the gorgeous men. The only downside? There were only eight episodes for us to binge, and we've been desperately awaiting season two's arrival ever since we finished. Until the unknown drop date, we've rounded up all the updates we have so far...

First and foremost, we can confirm that Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott will all be returning for the second season as the main girl squad! Gavin Leatherwood, however, will not be coming back as the lovable and charming Nico. "I really miss Gavin," Pauline, whose character Kimberly was romantically linked to Nico, told E! News. "Gavin is such a sweetheart and such a hard worker, but he's on to do wonderful things." While that news is tough to swallow, we're sure there's plenty more romance in Kimberly's future, with Pauline confirming that "Kimberly is going to be exploring her options" in the next season.

Sex, Lives, College, Girls
@thesexlivesofcollegegirls via Instagram
Advertisement

The show's creators, Justin Noble and Mindy Kaling, have promised "new love interests coming in and out all the time" and "a lot more fun, party scenes" - clearly understanding exactly what we want to see. "Life will continue to be throwing some pretty big hurdles at these girls because that's what college is all about," Noble explained the second season's premise.

As for the storylines, friendships, and relationships we saw blossoming in the first season, the cast has remained tight-lipped on how they will progress into the second series. "I don't know, maybe," replied Rapp when asked about the future of her character Leighton's relationship with Alicia. Bela (played by Kaur) will have her hands full this season, setting out to establish her own comedy group and seeing where her relationship with Eric will go. Meanwhile, Alyah told E! News that she's hoping her character Whitney is moving on from her inappropriate relationship with her soccer coach. "You are going to have to watch to find out. I, for one, hope she does [leave the relationship in the past]. But you know, I don't have any say," she said. If by some chance you missed season one, stream it now on HBO Max!

Advertisement