Tracy Oliver, the creator, and showrunner of Harlem is well aware that some of you may be disappointed with how Season 1 of the Prime Video comedy concluded.
Camille and Ian’s back-and-forth over whether or not to revive their relationship ended with an emotional kiss in the finale, which happened to be the night before Ian’s wedding to Mira. Mira, unbeknownst to them, witnessed it firsthand.
The long-awaited lip lock sets the scenario for a sticky situation for all three, but the Harlem boss is sticking to her plan to reunite Ian and Camille.
“That was something I knew from Day 1 that we were building towards,” she tells TVLine. “I knew that it wasn’t going to be an immediate thing and there was going to be a journey to getting there, but the romantic in me was like, ‘She’s going to show up, and she’s going to fight for love,’ and there are going to be people that are going to be like, ‘That’s really messed up, and that’s awful.”
“But I’m one of the weirdos that actually believe if it’s your person, sometimes you just have to make a play before it’s too late. So I was a very pro that ending, and I do believe that they’re better suited than him and Mira.”
Camille’s actress Meagan Good understood the program was building up to something with the two lovebirds this season, but she was nonetheless taken aback by Camille and Ian’s proclamation of love in the last episode.
“I don’t know what I expected to happen,” Good shares. “I think Tracy and the writers did such an incredible job crafting this in a way where you don’t actually know exactly what’s going to happen, and you are totally invested in each one of the girls’ stories and how things ended up at the end of Season 1. I was definitely surprised.”
So, What About The Release Date of Harem?
Harlem hasn’t yet been renewed for Season 2, but Oliver says they’re already working on scripts for next season. If the story does continue, expect to see the fallout from Ian and Camille’s kiss, among other things.
“What I would like to see is, What’s the aftermath of this very bold move that Camille makes in the finale? Are they actually going to get together? Is he going to apologize to Mira and still get married? And what does that mean for Jamison, who’s currently in a relationship with Camille?” she muses.
Harlem Season 2 To Be Renewed Or Is Cancelled?
Harlem Season 2 hasn’t been formally renewed by Amazon, but the cliffhanger finale of season one will almost certainly result in a second season! The ten-episode series aired on Prime Video on Friday, December 3rd.
After binge-watching, we, like the fans, are already wondering when Harlem season 2 will premiere. Here are some of our predictions for the upcoming season, including a possible release date, cast, trailers, and news, as well as answers to some of your burning questions.
We haven’t received formal word from Amazon Studios, as previously stated. Our readers will be the first to know when we find out! That being said, we expect it to return in December 2022!
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Previously On Harlem Season 1
Camille (Meagan Good), Quinn (Grace Byers), Angie (Shoniqua Shandai), and Tye (Tye Sheridan) are best friends who live in Harlem (Jerrie Johnson.) Harlem is a new comedy from Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip) that follows four stylish and ambitious best girlfriends in Harlem, New York City, the capital of Black culture in America.
Camille is a prominent young Columbia anthropology professor who is well-versed in the dating customs of various cultures, but she is having trouble navigating her own love life.
Tye is a successful LGBT dating app developer who wants to keep his vulnerability—and romantic partners—at a safe distance.
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Quinn is a hopeless romantic and a trust fund fashion designer who is trying to make a difference in the world while operating a failing business. Angie is a self-assured, colorful, and filter-free singer and actress who also happens to be Quinn’s roommate.
Quinn is a trust fund kid who, after becoming dissatisfied with her corporate career, decided to launch her own clothesline.
Her overbearing mother, on the other hand, harshly reprimanded her at all times, wallowing in disappointment for her daughter. Quinn refused to settle down with the man she liked and create a family, as she desired.
Her love life was littered with bad decisions and catfishing. Quinn’s mother was promoting Isabela, a younger politician, and she discovered something fresh in her new friendship with her.