Viewers can look forward to heading back to the “Pynk” with the hit Starz series “P-Valley” returns for season on two June 3. Returning are ensemble cast members Nicco Annan as Uncle Clifford, Elarica Johnson as Autumn Night, Brandee Evans as Mercedes, Shannon Thornton as Miss Mississippi, J. Alphonse Nicholson as Lil’ Murda, Parker Sawyers as Andre, Harriett D. Foy as Pastor Woodbine, Dan J. as Corbin, Morocco Omari as Big L, Dominic DeVore as Duffy, Tyler Lepley as Diamond, Jordan M. Cox as Derrick, and Skyler Joy as Gidget. New cast members rounding out this season include John Clarence Stewart as Big Teak, newcomer Miracle Watts as Big Bone, Shamika Cotton as Farrah, Gail Bean as Roulette, and Psalms Salazar as Whisper.
Based on the play, creator, showrunner, and executive producer, Katori Hall, season two picks up in the middle of a pandemic in Chucalissa deep in the Mississippi Delta. This season’s ten-episode series finds the dancers, staff, and owners of the “Pynk” struggling and fighting to survive.
“P-Valley” tells the story of the “Pynk,” a small and gritty strip club, and the larger-than-life characters who come through the doors. A surprise hit with audiences, P-Valley debuted in 2020 with record numbers and explores the culture of strip clubs and the complex experiences of sex workers.
Season two picks up with Uncle Clifford and Autumn Night struggling to keep the club afloat amid a pandemic. KeyShawn (Shannon Thorton) finds newfound fame with “Lil Murder” while continuing to deal with abuse and Mercedees fighting to maintain her “Queen of the Pynk” status at the club.
After a two-year hiatus, fans are sure to tune in and catch up with their favorite trap loving dancers down at the “Pynk.” Season two of “P-Valley” debuts Friday, June 3 at 8pm CST on Starz with new episodes airing on Sunday nights.