Three more new faces are joining the Pynk family.
John Clarence Stewart, Shamika Cotton, and Miracle Watts are set to recur on the second season Starz’s P-Valley.
Season 2 of P-Valley will take place five months after the Season 1 finale. It will center on The Pynk’s struggle to thrive amid the Covid-19 pandemic and will also include a collaboration with a big artist and new music from J. Alphonse Nicholson’s Lil Murda.
Stewart will play Big Teak, a recently paroled member of Lil’ Murda’s gang—the Hurt Village Hustlas—reckoning with life on the outside. The two brothers attempt to bridge the chasm of time, but Lil’ Murda’s growing fame provides unforeseen obstacles.
Cotton will portray Farrah, a talented artist in an unconventional marriage with Coach, Mercedes’ top client. When the two women meet, they strike up an unlikely connection.
Watts will play Big Bone, a fighter and a biter with sky-high ambitions. She is a rambunctious new presence at The Pynk blessed with a molasses-thick body, knees of steel, and a tongue more lethal than a draco.
They join returning cast members Brandee Evans, Shannon Thornton, Parker Sawyers, Nicco Annan, Elarica Johnson, Harriett D. Foy, Dan J. Johnson, Tyler Lepley and Skyler Joy. As well as previously cast new stars on the show: Gail Bean and Psalms Salazar.
Hall serves as showrunner and executive producer. Dante Di Loreto will also serve as an executive producer on the series. Lionsgate Television produces P-Valley for Starz.
No premiere date has been attached as of yet.