Last year, Amazon took people to Harlem, New York, which is the center of American Black culture. Tracy Oliver’s new streaming service show Harlem is about a group of New York-based women in their 30s who are trying to figure out work and relationships.
First, there’s Camille, an anthropology professor at Columbia who has trouble finding love. Then there’s Tye, a gay app developer who can’t stand being weak. Quinn is a rich fashion designer who can’t help but fall in love. Angie is a singer who is colorful and doesn’t hold back.
The first season of the show was praised for its acting, how it showed the characters, and how it showed African-American womanhood in an honest, understated way. And that’s why Amazon has officially picked up Harlem for a second season.
Fans will definitely want to find out what happened at the end of season one! The first episode of the ten-part series came out on Prime Video on December 3. After watching all of Harlem in one go, we had the same question as fans: when will season 2 come back?
Release Date for Harlem Season 2
The first season of Harlem was announced in 2019, and filming began in January 2020. It took a long time to make, and it didn’t air until December 3, 2021. Since Season 2 of Harlem was announced in February 2022, we think it will come out at the end of 2022 or at the beginning of 2023.
Oliver said that they knew they were successful when she walked into a pub in Harlem and heard people talking about the show with great enthusiasm. And she can’t thank Amazon enough for giving “Harlem” a second season because so many people liked the first one. She was most excited to see the wonderful cast again.
Vernon Sanders, the head of worldwide television for Amazon Studios, said, “With the first season of ‘Harlem,’ Tracy Oliver did something very impressive. He said it was funny, well-liked, and important to the culture.
He then said that the show, which uses humor and lightheartedness to talk about real-life problems, means a lot to their international Prime Video subscribers and is a great fit for the kinds of stories they want to tell. They are excited to see what happens in Season 2 with Quinn, Camille, Angie, and Tye, and to give fans more chances to laugh while supporting these four strong Black women doing things on their own.
Harlem Season 2 Storyline
In the last episode of the first season of Harlem, Camille helped Quinn deliver Mira’s custom-made wedding dress. Camille went inside to watch Ian and Mira’s reception instead of sitting in the car, where she daydreamed about getting married to the man. As she was leaving, she ran into Ian.
They sat down and talked. After telling each other they still loved each other, they kissed. Mira saw them from a distance while she was crying. We think that the second season of that complicated drama will begin with Harlem, where the first season ended.
It would be more dramatic if Mira pretended to do the ceremony but then left Ian at the altar. Even worse would be if she tried to take Ian’s love away from Camille. But what about Jameson? Will Camille change her plans to get back together with Ian?
What will Camille do for a living now that she has left the job she loved? Quinn goes on her first date with Isabela. How long will the honeymoon phase last? Will she enjoy being with a woman, or will it end like all her other relationships?
Tye might need a hysterectomy to fix her health issues. But she was scared that she might not be able to have children of her own one day. She got into a fight with Brandon, which she said was about money.
We think he will be angry and take her to court because her net worth is likely to go up. Angela will have to keep putting her pride aside if she wants to make a living and get back to work. Will she keep getting close to Eric?
The Cast of Harlem Season 2
The show Harlem is about the lives of Camille (Meagan Good), Angie (Shoniqua Shandai), Quinn (Grace Byers), and Tye, who are best friends (Jerrie Johnson.) Harlem’s main four characters will definitely be back for the second season.
Camille is a young, well-liked anthropology professor at Columbia. She knows a lot about how dating works in different cultures, but she has trouble managing her own relationships. Tye is a successful queer app creator who doesn’t like to show her emotions or romantic interests.
Quinn is a fashion designer with a trust fund and a hopeless romantic. She wants to help people while running a failing business. Angie is a confident, lively, and unfiltered singer and actress. She lives with Quinn in a luxurious home that they don’t have to pay rent on.
Whoopi Goldberg, who plays Dr. Elise Pruitt, will also be back for the second season. Tyler Lepley, who plays Ian, Sullivan Jones, who plays Jameson, Juani Feliz, who plays Isabela, Kate Rockwell, who plays Anna, Jonathan Burke, who plays Eric, Jasmine Guy, who plays Patricia, Rana Roy, who plays Mira, Christine Jones, who plays Nora, Robert Ri’chard, who plays Shawn, and Andrea Martin, who plays Robin Good.
Harlem Season 1 Comes to An End
The last two episodes of Harlem bring us up to date. Tye tells Angie that Get Out: The Musical is terrible after the dress rehearsal. Quinn watches over J.J. to learn more about her and help her get along better with Shawn.
But because they are friends, Quinn asks Isabela out on a date in the end. Tye tries to get Brandon to sign the divorce papers, but he doesn’t. This could be a sign that the divorce will be hard.
Angie finds out that one of the main actors in Get Out: The Musical has been fired. So, Angie is moved up to become one of the main stars. But the fact that the musical won’t be put on quickly cuts her happiness short. The first season of Harlem ends right when Camille and Ian say they still love each other. Mira, who is going to marry Ian, watches them kiss.
“Harlem” is about a group of New York-based women in their 30s trying to figure out work and relationships. The first season was praised for its acting and how it showed African-American womanhood. Amazon has picked up the show for a second season. Harlem Season 2. Storyline: Camille helped Quinn deliver Mira’s custom-made wedding dress.
Quinn goes on her first date with Isabela; will she enjoy being with a woman? Tye might need a hysterectomy to fix her health issues; will Brandon take her to court? The last two episodes of Harlem bring us up to date. Camille and Ian say they still love each other. Mira, who is going to marry Ian, watches them kiss. Tye tells Angie that Get Out: The Musical is terrible after the dress rehearsal.