‘Harlem’ Renewed for Season 3 at Prime Video

Julia
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Prime Video has announced that its original series Harlem will return for a third season. Created by Tracy Oliver, the show centers on a group of four friends — Camille, Ty, Angie, and Quinn — who set out to pursue various dreams. Along the way they face obstacles and success when it comes to their careers, love lives, and more. Season 2 premiered almost a year ago in February 2023.

Season 2 followed the crew as Angie’s career made an exciting turn, Quinn learned more about herself, Tye faced her heath struggles head on while contemplating her future, and Camille found herself in a love triangle. The season ended on a major cliffhanger as all four gathered at the hospital where they learned that one of them is pregnant. Who it is, though, remains a mystery until Season 3.

Harlem is created, written, and executive produced by Oliver. Additional executive producers include Amy Poehler, Kim Lessing, Dave Becky, Britt Matt, Linda Mendoza, Pharrell Williams, and Mimi Valdés. Amazon Studios and Universal Television produced in association with Paper Kite Productions. The series stars are Meagan Good, Jerrie Johnson, Shoniqua Shandai, Grace Byers, Tyler Lepley, Sullivan Jones, Whoopi Goldberg, Luke Forbes, Jasmine Guy, and more.

About Harlem, Vernon Sanders, head of television at Amazon MGM Studios, said: “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.”

Harlem Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming now on Prime Video. Read our interview with series director Shea William Vanderpoort here.

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Julia is a writer/editor/content assistant for Nerds who joined the team in 2019.
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