“Sex/Life” Season 2 Trailer: Sarah Shahi rekindles her relationship

Adam Demos and Mike Vogel heat up the disturbing triangle and ask the question: does domesticity always equal happiness?

“Our Sex/Life” is now back on track.

After Billie (Sarah Shahi) chose her ex and arguably her first true love Brad (Adam Demos) in the Season 1 finale, the aftermath unfolds as Billie’s husband Cooper (Mike Vogel) pursues a new relationship.

The Netflix series also stars Margaret Odette, Cleo Anthony, Craig Bierko, Darius Homayoun, Dylan Bruce, Jonathan Sadowski, Li Jun Li and Wallis Day.

The second season is teased as unraveling a love triangle between a woman, her husband and her past, which the official logline says offers a provocative new look at female identity and desire. Billie navigates new challenges—and new desires—as she pursues the life she wants. But will he be able to get it all?

“Once you wake up, if you even get a taste, there’s no going back,” Billie says in the teaser, adding that if people stop sleepwalking into our lives, stop trying to do right while denying our truth. .”

Produced by Stacy Rukeyser, “Sex/Life” is inspired by the book “44 Chapters About 4 Men” by BB Easton. The series is executive produced by showrunner Rukeyser, J. Miles Dale and Jordan Hawley.

For a show known for explicit sex scenes and particularly blatant nudity, “Sex/Life” Season 1 Intimacy Coordinator Casey Hudecki wondered what is considered “maximum nudity” for certain scenes.

“What steps do we really need?” Hudecki said Oh! Online. “We were very lucky on ‘Sex/Life’ because we got a lot of rehearsals, and they help the actors get out of their heads and just perform because they know what to expect, how modest their outfits are going to be. I think this will go a long way to protecting the mental health of our performers in this industry.”

Shahi he added cliffhanger from the Season 1 finale: “She doesn’t ignore her kids, she doesn’t ignore her husband’s needs. There’s just a part of him missing and he’s having a really hard time trying to feel it again. For me, it’s about saying “I want more” and going after it. And that doesn’t make you a bad parent for wanting that. You can still be a wife and a mother and a sex goddess at the same time.”

“Sex/Life” Season 2 premieres March 2 on Netflix.

Check out the trailer below.


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