Season 2 of "Leave It To Stevie" is headed back to VH1 for real this time. The "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" spinoff starring Stevie J was scheduled for a January start date. For some reason, that never happened but the show will go on and a new premiere date has been confirmed.

In addition to seeing more Stevie J on our television screens, the multi-talented reality star also recently launched his own pop-up party called Sleazy J's. The uber-exclusive Sleazy J's pop up made its debut on January 17. Despite freezing temperatures, a host of familiar faces made their way to Stevie's party.

By all accounts, the launch of Sleazy J's was a huge success.

Sleazy J's launch party

"Love & Hip Hp Miami" star Amara La Negra was the opening act before Stevie was roasted by Yung Joc.There were a handful of other performances including and the whole soiree included a live band called Blahk Mail plus a special serenade of an audience member by Stevie J and Carvena.

Many other VH1 stars were there including "Love & Hip Hop" producer Mona Scott-Young, Lil Scrappy, Bambi, Momma Dee and so many more. Reginae Carter and Zonnique Pullins were also listed among Atlanta's famous that made sure to attend the packed launch party.

The Sleazy J's launch is confirmed to be featured on Season 2 of "Leave It To Stevie" so fans can get a look at Stevie's new venture.

Those looking for an invite to the exclusive pop up parties can do that by signing up on the Sleazy J's website. Just be sure to leave your contact info, including an Instagram account.

'Leave It To Stevie' returns

The first season of "Leave It To Stevie" premiered in December 2016. Ever since the popular spinoff went off the air, fans have been wondering when we can see more of Stevie J and his family on the fun show.

As mentioned, VH1 initially reported that Season 2 would make its debut back in January. Then, the premiere date came and went without a new episode, confusing us all.

The great news is that "Leave It To Stevie" is back and Season 2 will be making its debut for real this time on March 26. We can't wait to catch up with Stevie's kids, Steven Jr., Savannah, Sade, and Dorian, who were seen quite a bit on the first season and clearly play a huge part in their father's life.

Of course, we're also hoping for more scenes with Lil Scrappy, Yung Joc and a handful of other familiar faces that Stevie J brought around for filming. With a background like Stevie's, it's hard to do a reality show about his life without involving his famous friends. Considering all of the celebrities that joined him at the launch of Sleazy J's, it's safe to say that Season 2 of "Leave It To Stevie" will be just as much fun as the first.