‘P-Valley’ Season 3 Begins Production

By Chanak Maduranga

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‘P-Valley’ Season 3 Begins Production

P-Valley is inching closer to its return to Starz.

Production on season three of the stripper drama from creator-showrunner Katori Hall has begun production in Atlanta and has promoted three actors to series regular, while also recruiting Mea Wilkerson to join the cast.

Gail Bean (Roulette), Bertram Williams Jr. (Woddy) and Thomas Q. Jones (Mane) have been promoted to series regulars for the third season of the Lionsgate TV-produced show. Wilkerson will also be a series regular, playing the role of Haiku, a new dancer at The Pynk who thrives on chaos and finds solace in the messy choices that ignite her spirit.

Bean joined P-Valley as a recurring character in season two, playing a dancer at The Pynk. Williams has played Woddy, Lil Murda’s (J. Alphonse Nicholson) manager. Jones has recurred as Mane, the leader of the Chief-Fi-Chief gang featured in the series.

Wilkerson is fresh off the Broadway tour of Hairspray. She’s repped by Arcos Management and Abstract Talent Agency.

Starz recently greenlit a P-Valley inspired docuseries, Down in the Valley, to be hosted and exec produced by series star Nicco Annan. The P-Valley cast also includes Brandee Evans and Shannon Thornton. Season two of P-Valley ended in August 2022. Writing and production on the series was delayed by last year’s dual strikes. The series is based on Hall’s play, Pussy Valley. A premiere date has yet to be announced.

Chanak Maduranga

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