Season two of Harlem picks up where season one left off — with best friends Camille, Angie, resident lesbian Tye and baby queer Quinn navigating life and love in the heart of New York City. As the weather warms, things heat up in the lives of our fierce foursome. Love is in the air as the cherry blossoms bloom. Black joy, and more specifically the joy of Black women, is one of the major themes of the season, and it is a delight to take part in.
Jerrie Johnson plays the smart alpha and queer Tye, the successful owner and developer of Q, the only online dating app catering to queer people of color.
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