Harlem Renewed for Season 3

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Prime Video has renewed Harlem — about four friends trying to live their best lives — for Season 3, TVLine has learned.

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“The only thing more fun than making Season 2 of Harlem was getting to travel across the country and watch it with our fans!” series creator and writer Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip, The Blackening) said in a statement. “Thanks to everyone who showed up to support and watched it at home! We’re so grateful for all the love and can’t wait to bring you an even juicier Season 3.”

Amazon MGM Studios’ head of television Vernon Sanders added, “Harlem has continued to tell outrageously hilarious stories through the perspective of these uniquely special characters. Fans can look forward to more laughs, wit, and cultural commentary from the brilliant mind of Tracy Oliver and the amazing cast, Meagan, Grace, Jerrie, and Shoniqua… This critically acclaimed series has been embraced by so many and it is a privilege to bring season three to our global Prime Video customers.”

Set in Harlem, which is described as the “mecca of Black culture in America,” the story follows four best friends: Meagan Good as the academically talented Camille; Grace Byers as Quinn, an aspiring fashion designer who’s figuring out her sexuality; Shoniqua Shandai as Angie, an up-and-coming actress with a bombastic personality; and Jerrie Johnson as Tye, an app founder and workaholic searching for inner peace.

In Season 2, Camille was forced to put the pieces back together after blowing up her career and disrupting her love life. Meanwhile, her paramour Ian (Tyler Lepley) “tried to figure out how to make meaningful connections while navigating a nasty divorce,” per the official synopsis. “Quinn sought out balance as she rode the emotional roller coaster of life, and Angie looked for luck at every turn as she tried to find her place in the world. Together, the women continued to level up into the next phase of their careers, relationships, and big city dreams.”

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