Katori Hal developed P-Valley, a drama television series. Covid-19 fever caused the delay in production. P-Valley enthusiasts have some good news. Brandee Evans from P-Valley fame stated, “Well worth” means the wait is going to be well.
Production has begun. It is anticipated that the show would return in 2022. The exact date of the show’s release is unknown. Erica Johson once commented, “It’s been challenging to put a time stamp on it.” Brandee Evans confirmed that the show is possible sometime between 2022.
The P-Valley creator, Katori Hall once said that “You know, we gotta wait for things that are marinated and good. But we’re still working on the writing. Today is our last day at the writing desk. P-Valley season 2 fans have high expectations, and they are waiting eagerly for its release.
What is the release date for P-Valley Season 2?
Starz’s original series, P-Valley, aired eight episodes in July 2020. Starz quickly renewed the show for a second season. “We are confident that Katori has many fascinating stories to tell. We also know there will be a lot more for these women in the Second Season.”
The renewal was granted quickly, but we don’t know the date for Season 2. Hall admitted that the pandemic was hampering the team’s ability to work on this series during a Twitter question and answer session in September 2020. “With COVID-19 still making things difficult to film, it will be a while to gear up for production,” she wrote. She promised to keep the fans informed of any updates.
In March 2021, she sent out a casting announcement for dancers. She asked that the applicants be able to film the summer in Atlanta. After taking into account filming and post-production times, we would expect to see Season 2 in late 2021. It appears that it will be arriving in the first half of 2022. We do know that Hall is returning to Atlanta in June 2021. This production is already underway. IndieWire was informed by the writer that “We have to wait for things that are marinated well.” But we are still in the process of finishing the writing. Today is the last day we’ll be spending in the writing studio. As such, [we are] wrapping up the last scripts. Production will be around the corner.