The Goop Lab Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

Gwyneth Paltrow will continue to be full of surprises on Season 2 of "The Goop Lab." The actor-turned trendy brand owner managed to amass a huge following for Goop thanks to her holistic health remedies, eye-catching scented candles, and arguably — willingness to open up about her life.

The company, which first launched in 2008, began as a newsletter curating Paltrow's favorite items from beauty to home to her private top drawer. Just under 15 years later, Goop has grown to become a $250 million brand, according to Variety. From podcasts, to retail, to their carefully curated website, Goop gives fans all kinds of ways to get inside the mind of Paltrow.

In January 2020, Goop took to the streaming world with Paltrow's first Goop-themed series, "The Goop Lab," on Netflix. "What I think is great is that we are a brand that people feel strongly about," Paltrow told Variety on her multi-million dollar company. Season 1 of the series brought the online brand to life with discussions on healing, orgasms (yes, you read correctly), and more. With all the chatter, good and bad, surrounding Season 1 of the Netflix series, it is no question why Paltrow was granted a Season 2 by the streaming provider and we have all the details on what to expect and when!

The Goop Lab was greenlit by Netflix for Season 2

Variety has confirmed that "The Goop Lab" is officially returning to Netflix for Season 2! According to the outlet, Season 2 of the Gwyneth Paltrow-led series will again return for six 30-minute episodes. While the official release date of Season 2 has yet to be determined (and filming hasn't begun, per Variety), fans can expect the series to delve into all things intimacy, health, and Goop.

Season 1 of the series made headlines for being sort of "pseudo-science" in nature (as Variety recalled multiple outlets as saying at the time), a critique Paltrow is used to hearing. "I will never understand the level of fascination and projection," the actor said to Variety back in February 2020 about the harsh reviews surrounding Season 1 of "The Goop Lab." "But we don't want to not change the conversation just to please everybody. We do what we do in total integrity, and we love what we do. It doesn't even matter, really, that some are trying to get attention for writing about us."

Gwyneth Paltrow will return to host The Goop Lab

"The Goop Lab" wouldn't be "The Goop Lab" without its fearless leader, Gwyneth Paltrow. The "Iron Man" star will return to host Season 2 of her popular Netflix series along with her Goop brand's chief content officers Elise Loehnen and Shauna Minoprio.

Much like Season 1, Paltrow will host as her employees lead the way into new-age healing exercises, open up about their own sex lives and basically do everything your own HR department might tell you not to do. "For the show, I asked, 'How can I be in it, but not too in it?' It was important for me that Goop staffers be the stars of the show," Paltrow said to Variety about Season 1 of the series. "We have such incredible people at the company. I thought there would be so much more impact to meet and love them, and watch them go through those things."

Paltrow fans will still get insight into their beloved actor on the show, with the celeb previously revealing to Harper's Bazaar how much she enjoys being able to decide what parts of her life to share with the public. "Having been a public person for such a long time, I'm quite guarded about my private life," Paltrow said. "At the same time there are a lot of things I'm very open about. I guess I would just want to be in control of my faculties when I'm on TV."

Gwyneth Paltrow opens up about sex on another show

While fans await the official premiere date of season two of "The Goop Lab," Gwyneth Paltrow has returned to Netflix with a new show titled "Sex, Love & Goop," adding to her long list of Goop content.

What viewers may not realize is that the new series is a spinoff of "The Goop Lab's" most popular episode. "I think 'The Pleasure Is Ours' episode of "The Goop Lab" was a super important, impactful episode for us, and it drove a lot of really interesting conversations around female pleasure," Paltrow told Elle magazine. The episode in question went into plenty of detail on how to achieve the female orgasm. "Some people were super uncomfortable, it made some people super happy and, you know, we love a good dialogue here at goop. So I started to think about, wow, why is this one episode such a hot-button issue for people?" The "dialogue" inspired "Sex, Love & Goop," another six-episode series this time following couples as they open up about their sex lives.

"People who've been in long-term, intimate relationships or even shorter intimate relationships, things can come up really quickly that feel like disconnects," Paltrow told Jimmy Kimmel on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on November 9. "We thought it would be really interesting to make a show around this subject because it's an area where what is out of alignment in your life, it's gonna show up in how you are with your partner."