Southern Charm Savannah to introduce new characters for the second season premiering July

From trips to sunny Turks and Caicos to a wintery New York City, relationships will be tested and not all will weather the storm


                            Southern Charm Savannah to introduce new characters for the second season premiering July

Southern Charm Savannah, which is all set to premiere their second season on Monday, July 16 at 10 pm ET/PT, brings you back to the city of stunning scenery and exclusive inner circles. The show, which stars Savannahian socialites Catherine Cooper, Daniel Eichholz, Hannah Pearson, Louis Oswald, and Lyle Mackenzie, welcomes viewers in its second leg in order to offer them a rare glimpse into a lavish society where legacy matters.

According to the show's cast and crew, the new season brings the public to a point where things have changed drastically for the group. From trips to sunny Turks and Caicos to a wintery New York City, relationships will be tested and not all will weather the storm. 

Catherine, who has had a tumultuous year ever since her relationship with Lyle went into a limbo, is still struggling with whether or not she wants to be with him, or if she’s just too afraid to break up with the one steady person in her life. This leaves Lyle angry and he must decide if he's willing to wait around for Catherine or finally move on. 



On the other side of the fence is Daniel, who is facing a lot of trouble with his family. Daniel, in the upcoming season, is hell-bent and passionate about making a name for himself even if it means leaving Savannah. However, while he’s trying to stay grounded with his friends, everyone notices that the former party boy isn't acting like himself, causing some concern among the group. 

On the cusp of turning 30, Hannah is busier than ever as she balances her day job, prepares to launch her eponymous dress line, and begins to search for her first house. However, whether that house includes Louis is yet to be determined. 

However, the most exciting part of the new season is the addition in characters on the screen. The second season of the hit show has added two new charmers to the group this year, Hagood Coxe and Brandon Branch.



Hagood Coxe, a soon-to-be sake entrepreneur, comes from a traditional southern family in South Carolina. She is part of a family estate that owns the largest rice plantation in South Carolina that spans back five generations. As she plans to launch her own brand of sake using her family’s rice, she is conflicted about disappointing her parents. 

On the other hand, there is Brandon Branch, who was born and raised on a farm in the deep South, but has been decorating, polishing and enhancing his surroundings as far back as he can recall. He currently resides in a historic townhouse in downtown Savannah with his husband, Jim, where the power couple often hosts elaborate dinner and cocktail parties for their elite group of friends. 

On the show, Hagood is a great painter, her passion lies elsewhere, and is trying to figure it out as she emerges herself with the new group of friends. Whereas Brandon is no stranger to ruffling feathers and speaking some harsh truths, but he always comes from a good place and is a master at navigating this town and its social politics.