Get Organized With The Home Edit Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

The premiere of "Get Organized with The Home Edit" on Netflix in 2020 inspired millions of viewers to organize their closets, kitchens, garages, and more. The show's hosts, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, both California natives who now live in Nashville, Tennessee, launched their business in 2015 with the goal of reinventing "traditional organizing to make it stylish and functional." "We are firm believers that if you don't go through your items — really, truly go through your items — and if you don't take out a single thing, all we're doing is taking everything down and putting it back in a prettier way but you have not decluttered," Shearer told the Tennessean.

The duo used their Instagram feed to show off their work and developed a large following, but it was a trip to Los Angeles that brought their business to the next level. There, they worked with a number of celebrities to give their homes a makeover, including Christina Applegate and Selma Blair (per the New York Post). "They posted it on Instagram and it really bumped up our following and just the notoriety of it," Shearer explained to the Tennessean. Soon after, their business blew up by adding a Target collaboration, expanding into new cities, writing two best-selling books, and developing their own line for The Container Store. But it was their eight-episode Netflix show that brought Shearer and Teplin to the masses, and now viewers can't wait for the second season to start.

When will Season 2 of Get Organized premiere?

While Netflix has officially renewed "Get Organized with The Home Edit" for a second season, there's no word yet on when exactly it will premiere on the streaming service. Applications to have hosts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin come in to take on an organizational project in viewers' homes have already been accepted, and those selected will be saving big. According to their website, clients can receive a one-hour virtual consultation for $250 or book the pros for three hours for $525. Of course, if you live in one of these locations in which the team is available for in-person visits — Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., New York, Nashville, South Florida, Detroit, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City — that will cost more.

Of course, aspiring organizers can simply watch the first season of "Get Organized" on Netflix to see the tactics Shearer and Teplin use to help their clients or check out their two best-selling books: "The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals" and "The Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything," as well as a workbook, "The Home Edit Workbook: Prompts, Activities, and Gold Stars to Help You Contain the Chaos."

Who will appear on Season 2 of Get Organized?

While we're still awaiting most details on the second season of "Get Organized," it's safe to assume that hosts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin will be helping out a mix of celebrities and "regular" clients with their organizational projects. Some of the notable names that appeared on Season 1 include Khloe Kardashian, Eva Longoria, Retta, Neil Patrick Harris, Rachel Zoe, and Jordana Brewster (per Netflix).

While no one has been announced yet for Season 2, Reese Witherspoon and Molly Sims will both be back as executive producers. "It does reflect truly our business," Shearer told Entertainment Weekly about the Netflix show. "We work with a lot of celebrity clientele, but we also work with a lot of non-celebrity clientele. It's really funny because I think that people assumed that everyone's gonna only want to watch the celebrity and not stick around for the full episode to see the non-celebrity. I don't think that that happened."

What will Season 2 of Get Organized feature?

While Netflix hasn't released any new details about the next season of "Get Organized with The Home Edit," viewers will probably get a look at the company's new headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin transformed a two-story house into their team's colorful home base, "where we can shoot content, hold team meetings, and celebrate our gold-star moments with candy and champagne," Shearer told People.

They bought the property as a new build, so the duo had a blank space to work with. Each room is painted a different color, including a prop room boasting a rainbow theme. "Our brand aesthetic is a blend of both of our design sensibilities. Joanna is all about the colors and patterns, where I lean to a more muted color palette of black and white, with occasional rainbows if the situation warrants it," Shearer explained, adding, "The house should really be named The Home Edit Heaven... because it really is! It's perfectly on brand and our team is just obsessed with the final result."