Paris In Love Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

Socialite turned businesswoman Paris Hilton pleasantly surprised fans when she announced the premiere of "Paris In Love," a reality series that would document her journey down the aisle to her fiancé, entrepreneur Carter Reum. And in true Paris fashion, she took to social media to share the news. "You are cordially invited! My new show #ParisinLove premieres November 11 on @PeacockTV," she penned in the revelatory post along with a trailer for the show. "I am so excited to share my love story with you all!" she gushed. 

As one can imagine, fans went positively wild upon hearing the news. "What is wrong with me why do I have butterflies lol! Can't wait!!!!!!" one Instagram user wrote. Meanwhile, another extended their good wishes. "I'm so happy that you finally found your Prince Charming. You deserve it and more. Best wishes to you both," the comment read.

At the end of Season 1, Paris married Carter and they prepared to live happily ever after. Since then, Paris stans have been watching episodes of her Netflix cooking show, aptly titled "Cooking With Paris," while they waited for news about the next season of "Paris In Love," and now the wait is over.

What's the 411 on Paris In Love Season 2 renewal?

Buckle up, Hilty fans. Season 2 of "Paris In Love" is a go! Peacock (NBC's streaming service) has given the green light and confirmed the show will return to screens later this year. "Oh, baby! Looks like we're getting Season 2 of Paris in Love, featuring the one and only Paris Hilton, her husband, Carter Reum, and their new baby boy," the network announced in a press release.

The "Paris In Love" Season 1 finale ended on a high note with Hilton saying "I do" to her fiancé Carter Reum at her family's former estate. There was drama, tears, stress, laughter, and, ultimately, love, sweet love. The perfect reality TV recipe, so it's no wonder Peacock is getting ready to dish up another serving. Plus, according to Parrot Analytics, the series was a runaway success, attracting more viewers than 85.4% of other US reality shows.

So far, the network is keeping schtum on exactly when in 2023 Season 2 will premiere, other than promising that it is "coming soon" but they're clearly raring to go. "Paris is a true renaissance woman, an innovator, someone we've watched for decades," Rod Aissa, Peacock's Executive VP of Reality TV said in a statement. "It will be so exciting to watch as she navigates her most important role to date as a mom, and we're delighted to have a small part in sharing her story with this next season of 'Paris in Love.'"

What will Season 2 of Paris in Love be about?

Season 1 of "Paris in Love" was about her journey to the altar. So, it's inevitable that Season 2 will document the aftermath. "The new season will follow Paris as she balances work and family life as a new mom," the show teaser promises. 

"In the upcoming season, Paris Hilton is taking the next step to grow her family. After a showstopping wedding to successful venture capitalist Carter Reum, Paris is enjoying motherhood while continuing to find her own voice and balance the demands of an industry she pioneered," Peacock announced in a press release. Hmmmm. "The next step to grow her family?" Does this mean we can expect more mini-Hiltys soon? It certainly looks like it — and Paris already has the name sorted, because, of course, she does. 

"I would love [to have more kids]. I definitely want Phoenix to have a little sister," Paris admitted during a live stream interview with TalkShopLive (via ET Canada). "I'm really excited for Phoenix to have a baby sister one day named London. It's my favorite city, and I've always wanted to name my daughter London," she continued. So, we can expect even more drama, tears, and laughter in Season 2 of "Paris in Love," along with sleepless nights, tantrums, and dirty diapers. Paris is starting a whole new chapter in life, and we're totally here for it.

What will the cast of Paris In Love Season 2 look like?

Well, Paris Hilton and her husband, Carter Reum, will be front and center during Season 2 of "Paris In Love." However, Paris will have to get used to somebody else hogging the limelight for once — their baby boy, Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum. The couple welcomed the little bundle of joy via a surrogate in January. "It's always been my dream to be a mother, and I'm so happy that Carter and I found each other," the new mom told People. "We are so excited to start our family together, and our hearts are exploding with love for our baby boy."

And there's no doubt that Phoenix will play a significant role in Season 2 of his mom and dad's reality show. "As Carter and I embark on this new chapter of our lives as parents, I can't wait to give fans a peek into #sliving with my amazing husband and sweet baby boy," Paris announced.

Paris' mom, Kathy Hilton, will also inevitably return for Season 2, doling out some sage advice to the first-time mom. Kathy has plenty of experience; this isn't her first time at the grandma rodeo. "From Paris to Phoenix, home is where the heart is, and my [heart] is right here with these two," Kathy captioned a photo of the three of them together on Instagram.

But what about Season 2 of Cooking With Paris?

Speaking of second seasons, there's still no word on Season 2 of "Cooking Wth Paris." 

As you may recall, Paris first revealed that she was launching a new cooking show with Netflix on July 12, 2021. "I'm so excited!! ✨👑✨ Next month I'm returning to television, and this time I'll be taking over the kitchen!" she announced in an Instagram post alongside a mock recipe book with her picture on it. "My new show #CookingWithParis premieres on August 4th, only on @Netflix. Stay tuned for more announcements!"

Per Forbes, the unscripted series was to feature Paris cooking alongside many of her celebrity friends including Kim Kardashian, rapper Saweetie, singer Demi Lovato, comedian Nikki Glaser and even her very own sister, Nicky Hilton. Now that Paris is a mom, maybe fans will get to see another side of her family life in "Cooking With Paris" someday.