Here’s everything you need to know about Tidying Up With Marie Kondo Season 2. From her philosophy to her process and how it can be applied to your life. We also take a look at the Tidying Up With Marie Kondo show on Netflix and what is new for Tidying Up With Marie Kondo fans this time around.
What is the information related to Tidying Up With Marie Kondo season 2?
This show is a hit, and there will be a season 2. Marie Kondo was popular because of her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. KonMari is a way to tidy up your things by sorting them into categories and only keeping the things that make you happy. To date, the book has been published in over 30 countries, and millions of copies have been sold. It has also spent several weeks ranked at the top of the New York Times Best Seller List.
The KonMari Method and “spark joy” ethos got even more popular when Netflix teamed with a company that helps people get rid of their stuff. They did this by making a TV show where Marie Kondo helped eight American families get their homes in order. There were eight episodes, each about 30 minutes long. Marie Kondo got an Emmy nomination for her show. And after the show, people started to get rid of their things and give them to thrift stores. Some of these stores said that they saw a big increase in donations after the show aired.
What can we expect from Tidying Up With Marie Kondo season 2?
Unfortunately, there is not a new season of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo on the cards. But the good news is that Netflix and Marie Kondo are making a new reality show instead.
The show is called Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo. It will be on the TV station Deadline in 2020. The producers are Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Marie Kondo, her husband Takumi Kawahara, and Dan Volpe from Below Deck.
What are the other details related to it?
The show sounds like a worthy successor to Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. It is more ambitious too, as it will focus on a whole town of people. Community members were invited to enter their own town for consideration of a Marie Kondo makeover. They have to answer questions on the website tidymytown.com. Netflix hasn’t said when they would release Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo, but the COVID-19 pandemic may have delayed production. In the meantime, check back with Screen Rant to find out if they’re still working on the show.