Starz P-Valley Season 2 Premiere Draws 4.5 Million Viewers In Just Three Days
Numbers Don’t Lie: Starz P-Valley Season 2 Premiere Draws 4.5 Million Viewers In Just Three Days
Fans of the critically acclaimed Starz series “P-Valley” waited almost two years for a second season, and a new ratings report says they couldn’t wait any longer.
Season 2 of “P-Valley” premiered June 3, and per reports, drew 4.5 million viewers in the U.S. in its first three days with most of its viewership coming from the Starz app.
This ain’t no drill, the moment y'all been waiting for is here! #PValley season premiere is streaming NOW on the @starz app. pic.twitter.com/eWQohbDzxV
— P-Valley (@PValleySTARZ) June 3, 2022
The hit series, which takes place down in the Delta in the the fictional city of Chucalissa, Mississippi, follows the personal lives of strippers who make ends meet at the Pynk, a struggling gentlemen’s club owned by the flamboyant and non-binary Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan). The show also stars Brandee Evans, Shannon Thornton, Elarica Johnson, and Tyler Lepley.
In the Season 1 finale, Pynk stripper Hailey (Elarica Johson) saves the beloved club from being sold on the auction block with money she stole from her abusive partner. Since then fans wondered what happened next.
Per reports, show creator Katori Hall commented on the new ratings report and fans turning out for the Season 2 premiere. She said,
““Our Pynk Posse showed up and showed out! The incredible response to season two feels like such a gift after the challenging pause of these past few years, but we’re back and we’re just getting started y’all. I am bursting with pride seeing the Pynk Posse grow and watching the sense of community and family that forms as we bring this new season to the world.”
“Hearing from viewers that they have felt seen, heard and celebrated is exactly what everyone working on the show hoped for. Being able to showcase our community’s resilience has been so meaningful and rewarding, and I can’t wait for y’all to come on down to the valley to see the rest of what we have in store.”
This news comes just days after playwright Nicci Gilbert once again called out the creators of “P-Valley,” accusing them of stealing her concept for the hit series.
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