A gripping series, by way of trap music and Southern sensibilities, P-Valley provides a fictional look into the lives of everyday people struggling to survive in the adult entertainment industry. Personally, I cannot wait to see what’s in store for owner and self-proclaimed “HBIC” of The Pynk Uncle Clifford (Nicco Annan), and all the characters introduced. I rate it 4 out of 5 on the MMTrometer.
I told y’all almost a month and a half ago to get into the goodness that is P-VALLEY, the latest Starz hit airing on Sunday nights. I was hooked after screening four episodes, and I’m totally invested now that it is airing and I am two additional episodes in!
After an extremely, and cliffhanging, episode six – directed by the remarkable actress, director, acting coach Tasha Smith – fans are ecstatic and clamoring for the next, which will find several of the main players clawing their way out of precarious predicaments.
I sat down with the AAFCA family and a few of the cast and crew members a couple of weeks ago to discuss the show, its impact, feedback from viewers, and everything in between.
You can check out my full review of P-VALLEY here, then watch the videos below featuring creator/showrunner Katori Hall, star Nicco Annan (Uncle Clifford) and director (episode 3) Millicent Shelton in video one; and the dynamic Brandee Evans (marquee dancer Mercedes) and director (episode 6) Tasha Smith in the second.
Find out how Nicco believes his character has changed from the play to the small screen (he originated the role), which dance scene Brandee gave a surprise improvisation, and what Tasha’s former stripper name was – it even shocked Brandee!
Until next thought, Thomasena