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“Set five months after the first season finale, P-Valley picks up again as COVID-19 has frozen Chucalissa, Mississippi, in lockdown. The town’s economy was already struggling, but the pandemic made things worse. New Pynk owner Hailey (Elarica Johnson) and predecessor Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan) are trying to keep the dancers afloat, but without any federal assistance, they’re burning through the $250,000 Hailey paid for the club. Mercedes, suffering from a recurring injury and shocked that her mother Patrice’s (Harriett D. Foy) new church is so popular, begins to worry about her own future … Still lurking is the threat of the Promised Land Casino and Resort, whose representative, Andre (Parker Sawyers), is not quite ready to leave Chucalissa behind.” — Roxana Hadadi “P-Valley Season Two Spins Out

  1. Episode 10 Sink or Swim
    P-Valley Season-Finale Recap: Sink or Swim After another whirlwind of a season, P-Valley leaves us on the edge of our seats.
  2. Episode 9 Snow
    P-Valley Recap: Welcome to the Stage Ms. Tina Snow Megan’s Tina Snow fits right in at the Pynk as her character takes the stage with Lil Murda during the re-re-re-opening of the club.
  3. Episode 8 The Death Drop
    P-Valley Recap: Back to Black P-Valley explores the duality of human nature.
  4. Episode 7 Jackson
    P-Valley Recap: Haints and Unsung Melodies Terricka’s pregnancy in this week’s episode makes this season feel all the more prescient.
  5. Episode 6 Savage
    P-Valley Recap: Devil in a Red Dress Keyshawn, Murda, and Teak adjust to their new realities.
  6. Episode 5 White Knights
    P-Valley Recap: A Cinderella Story Keyshawn’s fairy tale includes a nefarious stepmother, competitive step sisters, and a star-crossed love interest.
  7. Episode 4 Demethrius
    P-Valley Recap: The Real Househoes of Chucalissa The Pynk is an absolute mess and the future of the club is in question.
  8. Episode 3 The Dirty Dozen
    P-Valley Recap: Champagne Campaign Some interesting arrangements are going down in the valley.
  9. Episode 2 Seven Pounds of Pressure
    P-Valley Recap: Root Work  P-Valley gets a supernatural and Southern Gothic makeover.
  10. Episode 1 Pussyland
    P-Valley Season-Premiere Recap: Welcome Back to Pussy Valley The Pynk is finally back, but the pandemic has had a major impact on the establishment.

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