Renewed or cancelled – will there be a Harlem season 2?
This article discusses whether there will be a season 2 of Harlem and its renewed or canceled status. It contains spoilers for Harlem Season 1.
The series stars Shoniqua Shandai as Angie, Megan Good as Camille, Grace Byers as Quinn, and Jerrie Johnson as Tye. The comedy show has 10 episodes and follows the lives of the four women as they attempt to achieve their goals whilst living in Harlem.
At the time of writing, there hasn’t been any news as to whether Harlem will officially return for a second season. However, due to the nature of the story and the cliffhanger that the first season left us on, it’s safe to assume that the creators of the show certainly hope that it returns.
Will there be a Harlem season 2 – renewed or cancelled status
If Harlem was to (and we hope it does) return, you can guarantee that a second season would follow up on the loose ends that the first season left the audiences with. As such, the audience will likely be excited to find out what happens now that Mira (Rana Roy) has caught her fiancé Ian (Tyler Lepley) kissing Camille. Does it mean that Camille and Ian are back together? What will this mean for Jameson (Sullivan Jones)? Equally high on the relationship drama is Quinn. After accepting a date with Isabela (Juani Feliz), what will the future hold for Quinn? Is there no room for Shawn (Robert Ri’chard)? After coming around to the idea of dating a stripper with a child, has Quinn changed her mind as quick as she accepted Shawn?
It’s not just the relationship drama that audiences hope to see resolved in a possible second season. Many of the characters in Harlem have found their careers in tatters. After Get Out: The Musical was scrapped, what prospects does Angie have? What exactly are Camille’s plans now that she had drunkenly handed in her notice to Dr Elise Pruitt (Whoopi Goldberg)? The future doesn’t seem all that rosy for Tye either. Following her husband Brandon’s (Kadeem Ali Harris) reappearance, Brandon may be entitled to profits from the success of her app.
Either way, there’s plenty of drama left with Harlem and its core characters. We’ll keep you updated when we hear any news on renewal or cancellation.