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Sweet Life: Los Angeles has been renewed for a second season on HBO Max.
Issa Rae’s reality show follows life in Los Angeles in your twenties, Jordan Bentley, P’Jae Compton, Robert Lee, Amanda Scott, Cheryl Des Vignes, Jerrold Smith II, Rebecca “Becky” Magett, Briana Jones, Tylynn Burns and Jaylenn Cerf. Some of the actors have grown up together while others are making their way into the team.
His first season focused on their careers, their situation and the constant pursuit of black excellence. They clashed with what it means to be loyal, shared opinions about classism within the black community and the proper way to behave when celebrating someone else.
Viewers watched the cast members buy their first home, enjoy lavish birthday parties, have first dates, enjoy roller skating trips, produce impromptu photo ops and move in with their longtime partners. .
The show embraces the reality of being on a reality show with the actors filming little vignettes on their own, referring to clips they’ve seen and thanking Rae for the opportunity of their reunion, and having had drunken arguments with producers on their luxury vacations.
Issa Rae, Montrel McKay, Jimmy Fox, Sheri Maroufkhani, Leola Westbrook and Sun de Graaf are the executive producers of the show. Rajah Ahmed and Pyongson âSunnyâ Yim are co-executive producers. Sara Rastogi and Ashley Calloway are producers.
Renewal announcement follows announcement Rae has renewed it commitment at HBO Max’s parent company, WarnerMedia. The Unsafe The creator said he signed an eight-figure deal to create content with them over a five-year period.
“We are delighted with the success of Sweet Life: Los Angeles. Incredibly talented Issa Rae and her producer partners delivered a high and determined series that showcased the fun, inspiring and uplifting moments young adults face in their relationships and careers, âsaid Jennifer O’Connell, Vice President Executive, Non-Fiction and Live. -Action family at WarnerMedia.
“Fans truly embrace this endearing, entertaining and ambitious group of friends. We can’t wait to see where they take us for season two as they continue to shine a light on black culture in South Los Angeles,” he said. added Rebecca Quinn, Senior Vice President, Non-Fiction, HBO Max.