Southern Charm Season Two Trailer: “Shameless Strumpets” and Senate Hopefuls Bring Drama to Charleston

Southern class definitely doesn’t come without a little southern scandal! The second season of Bravo’s Southern Charm promises all the glitz, glamour, and drama of the Charleston, S.C.-based reality show’s inaugural season.

In an Us Weekly exclusive first look at the season two teaser, which premieres March 16, the South Carolina socialites are all back – including senate hopeful Thomas Ravenel, his ex-girlfriend Kathryn Dennis, and former The Real World: San Diego cast member Cameran Eubanks.

This season, Dennis, 23, and Ravenel, 52, are getting acquainted with their newborn baby girl as he works on a bid for Senate. Meanwhile, resident hunk Shep Rose, 35, is focused on running his hot dog restaurant and bar, The Palace Hotel, and Whitney Sudler-Smith, is aiding the ambitious Ravenel with his political run.

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Eubanks, who is no stranger to life in front of the camera, is navigating her new marriage, while Craig Cronover, 30, seems to be developing a drinking problem. This season’s new addition, Landon Clements, just moved to Charleston to recover from a nasty divorce – and seems to have a flirty relationship with longtime friend Rose.

Ravenel made headlines back in October when girlfriend Dennis’ friend and stylist, Lauren Wells Moser, accused him of assault. Ravenel and Dennis ended their relationship a few weeks later. In the trailer, Ravenel films a political ad complete with scantily clad dancing women – much to Dennis’ annoyance. "I’m at home taking of your child, and you’re filming a commercial dancing with girls,” Dennis snarls.

For more of the upcoming drama on Southern Charm, check out the season two trailer above and watch the half-hour preview special March 9 at 10:00 PM EST, and the season premiere on Bravo, March 16 at 10:00 PM EST.

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