Creator and showrunner Katori Hall's series sets a new audience record for the Starz app at its premiere and continues to grow week after week.

28 JUL 2020

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Starz, a Lionsgate company, announced that it has given the green light to a second season of its new original series "P-Valley" by creator and showrunner Katori Hall, after setting a new record for the series most viewed in the Starz app. with 17% over the previous record. The audience for the second episode rose 26 through the Starz app and 7% overall.

As of today, "P-Valley" ranks first among the most viewed premium series by African Americans in 2020 (L + 3, P2 + XXXK) and is in the Top 5 of African American households.

"'The 'P-Valley' television series has quickly become the most watched this summer as critics and audiences alike have taken an interest in the authentic and compelling characters that bring The Pynk to life," said Christina Davis, Starz President of Original Programming. "Katori has delivered a provocative drama that looks beyond glamor and penetrates the hearts and minds of these perfectly outlined and compelling characters, exploring the characters through a feminine gaze that invites the audience to take a walk on their high heels. Needle. We know that Katori has so many amazing stories to tell and so much to offer these women in a second season."

"P-Valley" is the latest Starz series that exemplifies the company's commitment to giving voice to diversity and bringing to the table stories that reflect a full spectrum of women both in front of and behind the camera. Opera prima in direction of showrunner Katori Hall, the first season of "P-Valley" also had the participation of only directors.

"P-Valley" is available on the Starz On Demand, and Starz App in the United States and Canada, and airs day and date on the Starzplay international streaming service throughout Europe, Latin America, and Japan.