Starz’s risqué original series P-Valley will be back for a second season. It’s time to pull out those 8-inch heels again! After a successful first season, P-Valley was happily renewed, promising fans more stories about the characters they had grown to love and all the unfinished drama.
Even though the lives of pole dancers and strippers are still pretty taboo in many places, more and more people are interested in their lives, what they do for a living, and how they make money in such a small market. The 2018 Allblk Original Documentary Series Naked Hustle, which is about how hip-hop music and stripping culture interact, set the stage for P-success. Valley’s In the same way, the 2019 movie Hustlers, which was written and directed by Lorene Scafaria and starred Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, and Lili Reinhart, got people interested in female stories with a glossy and dramatic plot about stealing from the rich and giving their money to working women.
Katori Hall (Tina) created and runs the show, and Khaliah Neal (The Last Black Man in San Francisco) is the show’s producer. P-Valley is similar to these shows, but it takes a darker and often more dramatic look at what it’s like to own and work in a strip club. Set in the Deep South, specifically the Mississippi Delta, Hall’s idea, which started out as a play, is to show stories and people who are often misunderstood or misrepresented in the media.
Here’s everything we know about P-next Valley’s season.
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P-Valley Season 2 Release Date
The teaser trailer for Season 2 of the hit Starz show “P-Valley” shows a “whole new dance” for the top spot at a Mississippi strip club. Season 2 starts on June 3. Look at it down below.
The Cast of STARZ’s P-Valley Talks Season 2
As promised, there are new dancers and characters at The Pynk, and I’m sure we can all learn from them. Roulette is a lively dancer played by Gail Bean in Snowfall. She looks like Tina Turner. Hall says that she is “aggressive on the pole” and “probably the strongest dancer of all.” Bean tried out for Season One, and now that she’s on the show, her presence will definitely make people more excited.
Whisper, who is played by Psalms Salazar, is described as a free spirit who is “spiritual, spooky, and sexy.” She brings mysterious energy to the Pynk that should keep viewers on their stiletto-clad toes. “Whisper has a different kind of energy. She has a softness about her that I don’t think other characters always have,” Hall said. Miracle Watts will play Big Bone, a dancer-turned-bartender. Shamika Cotton (The Equalizer) will play Farrah, the wife of one of Mercedes’ clients, and John Clarence Stewart will play Big Teak, who knows Lil’ Murder from before.
Even though these new people are meant to shake things up in and around The Pynk, P-Valley says you’ll love them and their “grit and hustle” because that’s what the show is all about.
P-Valley Season 2 official synopsis
The show “P-Valley” is based on the play “Pussy Valley” by its creator, Hall. The showrunner has told Entertainment Weekly that fans will definitely get answers after the way the first season ended on a cliffhanger.
“‘P-Valley’ has so many stories to tell, and every season, the story changes,” Hall said. “In addition to the idea that darkness is falling on Chucalissa, every single character is haunted by the past or by mistakes they made. And I think we’ll all see that the Pynk is both literally and figuratively haunted, both inside and outside.
An official summary says that Season 2 starts when darkness falls on Chucalissa and everyone has to fight to stay alive. Some people fly to dangerous new heights, while others dig in their heels and stay put no matter what. Back at The Pynk, Autumn (Elarica Johnson) and Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan) fight for the throne while new people shake up the locker room. At the same time, the local political machine goes into overdrive as the fate of the casino hangs in the balance. In these never-before-seen times, danger and death are everywhere.