Season 2 of “P-Valley” does not experience a sophomore slump as it cuts away from its less interesting characters and doubles down on the ones who’d bring you down to the valley.
While, thankfully, no one dies in the season finale of “P-Valley,” that doesn’t mean everyone gets a happy ending.
It’s election night, and the grand re-re-re-re opening at The Pynk, making an appearance by Megan Thee Stallion, aka Tina Snow just the icing on the cake.
Stripped away is all the excess “P-Valley” is partly known for, and instead, it just focuses on the most notable storylines and relationships that are the core of the show.
“P-Valley” continues to press hard against viewers’ expectations, hopes, and feelings as things get real and not always in a tantalizing sexual way.
In a Keyshawn, aka Miss Mississippi-focused episode, we see the circumstances which led her to the Pynk, Derrick, and the end of her partnership with Rome.
Emotions are running high for alongside The Pynk getting shut down, people find themselves in vulnerable positions – some of which you may not expect.
As Uncle Clifford’s ladies diversify their income, Patrice and Mayor Wayne go to war, and Terricka clues in Mercedes about what is going on in her life.
Between an offer for The Pynk, Mercedes dealing with a demon, Clifford’s birthday, a Megan Thee Stallion sighting, and more? A lot is going down in the valley.
All of your favorites are back, and with the pandemic lockdown being lifted, it is time to get back to work!