The White Lotus is now taking reservations.
Fresh off its 10 Emmy wins, the hit HBO dramedy officially has a premiere date for season two. The second chapter of the anthology series, which is set to follow guests of an exclusive Sicilian resort, will be coming back Oct. 30.
While most of the cast was nominated for Emmys for season one, the only star who’s set to return for the next installment is Jennifer Coolidge, reprising her role as the messy socialite Tanya McQuoid. Instead, new cast members include Divergent star Theo James, Parks and Recreation comedian Aubrey Plaza and The Bold Type‘s Meghann Fahy.
And while the second chapter will be taking place at another White Lotus resort location, don’t expect a repeat of the same events from season one.
“What I’m really proud of in season two is it’s a completely different idea,” executive producer David Bernad told The Hollywood Reporter Aug. 15. “Season one is very specific to Hawaii. Season two is very specific to Sicily and the issues that are going on—the cultural, thematic ideas of Sicily are obviously much different than Hawaii.”