Cast Members of ‘P-Valley’ Talk About Season 2 Expectations
P-Valley is finally returning to Starz, nearly a year after it was last seen. The first season of the show ended in the summer of 2020, leaving fans with a lot of unanswered concerns.
Is Autumn responsible for the death of Montavius? Will Uncle Clifford and Lil’ Murda reconcile their differences? Is Mercedes able to make things right with her family? Season 2 will address this, but in the meanwhile, some of the P-Valley cast members have provided some insight into what to expect.
Season 1 of ‘P-Valley’ ended on a devastating note.
Montavius pieced together many clues to figure out where Autumn disappeared throughout the episodes running up to the finale. He eventually found her down at The Pynk, where he demanded the money she had stolen from him in a violent manner. Autumn, Mercedes, and Uncle Clifford, on the other hand, overwhelmed him and left Montavius with terrible (and perhaps deadly) injuries.
The scene then shifts to Uncle Clifford and his grandma preparing for a “funeral,” which just so happened to be the auction when The Pynk was up for grabs. Autumn outbid Andre for the property, and Andre thought he’d won it. She has become Uncle Clifford’s business partner as a result of the arrangement.
Season 2 of ‘P-Valley’: When Can We Expect It, and What Else Do We Know?
Cast members of ‘P-Valley’ have shared insights about the upcoming second season.
As the team prepares to begin shooting the second season, Deadline caught up with show creator Katori Hall, cinematographer Richard Vialet, and actors Brandee Evans (Mercedes) and Nicco Annan (Uncle Clifford) about what’s ahead. Although the organization was hesitant to divulge details, some information did emerge.
Annan responded, “I feel that this season was truly like you got a chance to really walk in Uncle Clifford’s heels.” “It was a fantastic crazy journey, and it continues to be a fantastic wild trip. I’m trying not to give stuff away.”
“Katori did an outstanding job ensuring… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.