My Unorthodox Life on Netflix is getting a second season
When can we binge it?
Netflix's hit series My Unorthodox Life is officially coming back for a second season.
Centring around businesswoman Julia Haart and her family, the reality show tells the story of them leaving their ultra-orthodox Jewish faith and the religious community that they have lived with for several years.
Heading for New York City, Julia and her daughter Miriam switch it up with a non-religious lifestyle in Manhattan but we see them often travel back to Monsey in New York to visit her son who never left.
Running Elite World Group, a modelling agency and fashion company, Julia is a successful businesswoman and the second season of the show is set to show us how she plans on building her brand.
In a teaser trailer, Netflix assured us that we will see "more fashion, family, female empowerment, faith, fabulousness, and of course, Haart."
The first season saw Julia's journey from leaving the community she was once a vital part of to becoming a CEO in the big apple, all while keeping her family in check.
When we first met Julia, she said: "It's hard to imagine that just a few years ago I was living in an extreme ultra-Orthodox Jewish community and then I just packed up and left... there's one thing you can say is we have a very interesting life."
Beginning her lifestyle change by firstly making clothes while still part of the community, she told the New York Times that "fashion is a giant no-no" for Orthodox Jews.
She said: "The only point of clothing is to hide you. And if you love clothing and colour, that means you're too focused on the physical, you're not thinking about your soul. But I loved colour. And I had always worn high heels."
And with the popularity and success of the first season, it's no wonder that a second is coming our way, but Netflix is yet to confirm a release date.