Minx was one of the best shows to come out of 2022. The comedy-drama series followed a woman’s story as she partners up with a low-rent publisher to make the first erotic magazines for women. Originally, Minx was an HBO Max (currently known as Max) and it was renewed in advance for its second season but in an unexpected turn of events HBO Max canceled the series after its first season. The fans of the series got a sigh of relief when the series was picked up by Starz for a second season.
Minx Season 2 is all set to come out on Starz on July 21 (on the same day as Barbenheimer). Season 2 will continue the story of Joyce and Doug as they struggle to figure out their current place in this ever-changing world.
Minx Season 2 – Who is in It?
Minx Season 2 sees the return of our two lead characters Joyce and Dough respectively played by Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson. The upcoming season will also see the return of Jessica Lowe as Bambi, Ida Victor as Tina, Oscar Montoya as Richie, and Lennon Parham as Shelly. Season 2 will also see Elizabeth Perkins as Constance Papadopolous joining the Bottom Dollar gang.
Minx Season 2 – Episodes Guide (When are the Episodes Coming Out?)
- Episode 1 “The Perils of Being a Wealthy Widow” – July 21, 2023
- Episode 2 “I Thought the Bed Was Gonna Fly” – July 28, 2023
- Episode 3 “It’s Okay to Like It” – August 4, 2023
- Episode 4 “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Sexiness” – August 11, 2023
- Episode 5 “A Stately Pleasure Dome Decree” – August 18, 2023
- Episode 6 “This Is Our Zig” – August 25, 2023
- Episode 7 “God Closes a Door, Opens a Glory Hole” – September 1, 2023
- Episode 8 “Women of the Hour” – September 8, 2023
Minx Season 2 – Trailer & Plot (What is it About?)
The trailer and official synopsis for Minx Season 2 by Starz are below for you to check out.
“After Doug and Joyce sell Bottom Dollar to a retired shipping magnate with unlimited money and power, Minx becomes a commercial success, bringing more money, more fame and more temptations. Under new leadership, Doug struggles to find his footing and maintain his control within Bottom Dollar. Meanwhile, Joyce begins to lose sight of her core beliefs as she gets caught up in her rise to stardom. As our Bottom Dollar misfits go mainstream, they start to question who they’re becoming and what they really want from this newfound success.”