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Gwyneth Paltrow Has 'Hope' for the Return of Goop's Netflix Shows: 'We're Still Working on Ideas' (Exclusive)

The Goop mogul, who is currently partnering with the Moments of Space app, tells PEOPLE about the future of Netflix's 'The Goop Lab' and 'Sex, Love & Goop'

<p>Moments of Space</p> Gwyneth Paltrow

Moments of Space

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is just as uncertain about the future of Goop's Netflix shows as anyone else. Yet, she still has hope for more to come.

Capitalizing on the success of the businesswoman's iconic Goop brand, the team expanded its reach with two Netflix shows. The Goop Lab debuted on the streamer in 2020 while Sex, Love & Goop arrived the following year.

"We're still working on ideas," the Oscar winner, 51, tells PEOPLE exclusively while discussing the Moments of Space app. "We hope to do another one."

However, despite the Goop team's interest in creating more seasons, Paltrow adds that they're "just not sure when or where" that will happen.

PEOPLE has reached out to Netflix for comment.

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Both programs garnered mixed reviews from viewers and critics alike. However, the feedback has not faltered the lifestyle brand's continued success.

"I think the key has been authenticity and vulnerability. Like, learning as we've gone but really staying true to our core values and mission of offering women a curated selection of amazing content pieces, travel, product [and] clothing," she says of Goop's success. "We want to inspire and we want to move the culture forward. We want to inspire interesting conversations, and I think we just stay really true to that."

<p>Courtesy of Netflix</p> Gwyneth Paltrow on Netflix's 'Sex, Love & Goop'.

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Gwyneth Paltrow on Netflix's 'Sex, Love & Goop'.

Goop has also allowed Paltrow to become a leading figure in the wellness space, making her the perfect person to partner with Moments of Space.

The app, founded by Kim Little, aims to make mediation more accessible for all through its unique fusion of ancient Dzogchen teachings and cutting-edge tech. It utilizes an "eyes-open" approach alongside AI-powered personalization, allowing for engagement with the world while remaining connected to oneself.

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As an avid meditator, Paltrow believes the practice is "such an incredible tool" that has "positively impacted" her life. She also feels the "user-friendly" Moments of Space app makes the process "really simple."

<p>Moments of Space</p> Gwyneth Paltrow

Moments of Space

Gwyneth Paltrow

"I can just speak for myself, it builds in this pause so that when I'm consistent in my meditation I'm less reactive. I'm more connected to the oneness of the world, and I just think I'm a better person," she explains.

"So what I love about this [app] is I think a lot of people say, 'How do you meditate? I don't have time.' And with [the] eyes-open [technique], you can just literally do it anytime," she adds. "It still brings you to that place. It's a really powerful tool."

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