[Interviews] Harlem’s Meagan Good, Jerrie Johnson, Grace Byers, Shoniqua Shandai, Tyler Lepley, and Tracy Oliver Talk New Season

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Harlem is back with season 2 and the core four are dealing with love, careers, and drama.

I talked to Meagan Good, who plays Camille, and Jerrie Johnson, who plays Tye on the social media response to the show, memes, and discussing fertility in a nuanced way.

I talked to Grace Byers, who plays Quinn, and Shoniqua Shandai, who plays Angie, about their characters’ friendships, stereotypes, and social media reactions to the show.

I talked to Tyler Lepley, who plays Ian, about whether or not he thinks happily ever after is possible and showing a different side of black masculinity with Ian.

I talked to creator Tracy Oliver about creating fake shows-within-shows like Get Out and Da Dip The Musical, looking at Black love in an anthropologic way, and whether or not she listens to people on social media.

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