‘The Ultimatum: Queer Love’ Returns For Season Two

Ready for more messy gay drama in your life?

Are you looking for more messy gay drama in your life? Netflix has just blessed our queer hearts with season two of the hit show The Ultimatum: Queer Love.

Netflix announced Thursday that the social experiment/reality TV show will return with a brand new batch of couples. The ten episodes will be based in Miami. The original straight version The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On has also been renewed for a second season.

If you haven’t blessed your TV screen with the series, the show focuses on couples in a major crossroads in their life: one person wants to marry and the other is not so sure. Whether they’re in love and want to wait or want to keep their options open, the show gives them one more chance to tie the knot or move on. The couple puts their relationship to the test by splitting up and entering a trial marriage with a stranger from another couple for three weeks.

The Ultimatum: Queer Love makes one thing abundantly clear: Straight couples don’t have a monopoly on commitment issues,” Netflix declares in the release.

Details on the cast and release date has not been released, but Netflix promises it is soon to come. If you can’t wait any longer, you can revisit season one’s official status update to see what Lexi, Mal, Rae, Yoly, Tiff, Mildred, Aussie, Sam, Vanessa, and Xander are up to. Although we’ll miss the original crew, the anticipation of what the newest group of women and non-binary people will bring to the show is almost too much to bear.

If you’re really looking to quench your Ultimatum thirst, the second season of the hetero-version will be will be available in August. Now, it won’t offer the insane queer-coded crazy that we all love, but it can hold us over until it’s delivered.


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