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‘My Life With The Walter Boys’ Is Getting A Season 2, & This Video Of The Cast Finding Out Is So Cute

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If you haven’t started watching Netflix’s latest YA series My Life With The Walter Boys yet, let me be the first to say that you need to. If you’re a fan of shows centered around teenage drama and love triangles, then this series is for you! My Life With The Walter Boys follows 15-year-old Jackie who, after losing her parents and sister in a tragic car crash, moves in with the Walter family which consists of 10 teenaged boys. The show is full of heartfelt, funny, and serious moments that definitely kept us entertained and on the edge of our seats. But the season finale left fans with some major questions that they really need answers to. Spoiler warning: Spoilers for My Life With The Walter Boys Season 1 follow.

The Season 1 finale of My Life With The Walter Boys had a lot of memorable moments, which included one character confessing their love for another, a highly-anticipated kiss, and Jackie leaving the Walter home and heading back to NYC with Uncle Richard. To say a lot happened in the last episode would be an understatement. 

With Season 1 ending on a huge cliffhanger, some are probably wondering if there will be a second season of My Life With The Walter Boys.

Will There Be A Second Season of My Life With The Walter Boys

Yes! Netflix announced on Dec. 19 that My Life With The Walter Boys has been picked up for a second season. AS part of their announcement, Netflix shared an adorable video of the cast finding out the news on TikTok.


My Life with The Walter Boys has been renewed for Season 2!

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Unfortunately, Netflix didn’t share any details about what Season 2 might look like. But, what we do know is that author Ali Novak, who wrote the My Life With The Walter Boys novel, has a sequel that’s been in the works for a long time. According to Novak’s profile on Goodreads, the second book in the series is currently untitled, but the summary is as follows: “The official sequel will be in Jackie’s POV and will pick up where the first story left off.”

Based on some comments under the book’s Goodreads profile, it looks like this has been in the works for over 8 years. One person wrote, “Hello? Eight years later I’m so excited for Netflix to be making a TV series about My Life with the Walter Boys, but I would love a sequel too!” Another user added, “THERE’S NOT EVEN A DATE YET?! I’m slowly dying…”

Well, fans, all hope is not lost. And I’ll tell you right now, I better get more Cole and Jackie content in Season 2. Just saying. I’m a sucker for tropes, and a love triangle is at the top of my list. If you’re also hoping for more Walter Boys content, I’d recommend following Novak or some of the cast members as you wait for more info on Season 2!

Eileen is a senior at Fairfield University who is studying Communications with minors in English, Professional Writing, and Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies. She has a passion for magazine writing and hopes to pursue a career in the field. Eileen is the Entertainment & Culture Intern at Her Campus where she covers all things pop culture, entertainment, and internet trends. Eileen was formerly a National Writer for Her Campus from April 2023 - January 2024. Eileen is one of the Campus Correspondents (CCs) at Her Campus' Fairfield University chapter. She oversees the entire chapter and works with her other CC to curate ideas and events for HCFU. She also mentors and trains the editorial team and helps create content and boost engagement alongside the social media team. In her free time, you can find Eileen creating new Spotify playlists, getting a sweet treat with friends, or obsessing over Taylor Swift. If she isn’t doing that, you’ll likely find Eileen with her six best friends from school talking about their “Big Three”: "Normal People," their favorite "Dancing With The Stars" performances, and Greta Gerwig's "Little Women."