‘Southern Charm’ Episode Guide (April 13): Shep Stages Intervention with Craig

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‘Southern Charm’ Episode Guide (April 13): Shep Stages Intervention with Craig

“Shep-Istotle” (04/13/15) – Thomas realizes it’s time for Kathryn to get a hobby after another fundraiser goes wrong and he agrees to move her downtown into a house she can decorate.

Meanwhile, Shep decides to stage an intervention with Craig on the eve of Cooper and Landon’s fashion show. And Whitney vows to avoid Kathryn at all costs at the fashion show.

Everyone’s favorite Charlestonians, Craig Conover, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose and Whitney Sudler-Smith return for a second season and what a difference a year makes as the cast is more driven and ambitious than ever.

Thomas and Kathryn are sleepless parents to a beautiful baby girl, and in between bottle feedings and diaper changings they find time to spearhead Thomas’s campaign for United States Senate. Shep is busy buying his very first Charleston home and running The Palace Hotel which, ironically, is none other than a hot dog restaurant.

Whitney, a jack-of-all-trades, breaks into the reatuarant and music businesses while offering Thomas a hand with his campaign With Craig an official law school graduate and Cameran newly married and making her name as a real estate agent, the crew is taking King Street by storm.

New addition this season is, Landon Clements, a friend of Shep’s since college, who moves back to Charleston to hit refresh on her life after a recent divorce. Even with this recent success, relationship tensions, ballots, businesses, and babies push the group to their breaking points.

“Southern Charm” is produced by Haymaker Productions with Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Brian Kestner, Jason Weinberg, Megan Estrada, Jessica Chesler serving as executive producers.

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