‘Rap Sh!t’ Renewed for Season 2 at HBO Max

‘Rap Sh!t’ Renewed for Season 2 at HBO Max

The first season of the comedy series, which is comprised of eight episodes, was first made available on the streaming service back in July. Shawna (Aida Osman) and Mia (KaMillion), who were friends in high school in Miami, Florida, but haven’t spoken in years, get back together and start a band.

Issa Rae, the creator of the series and an executive producer on it, expressed her excitement about returning to the universe of “Rap Sh!t” for a new season with the same wonderfully brilliant cast and crew.

In addition, Jonica Booth, Devon Terrell, and RJ Cyler were cast in the first season of the show. Rae serves in an executive producing capacity under her brand, Hoorae, which has a distribution agreement with WarnerMedia. Showrunner and executive producer Syreeta Singleton is also a co-writer of the season one finale alongside Rae. Singleton is responsible for the overall creative direction of the programme. In addition, Montrel McKay, of Hoorae, serves as an executive producer for 3 Arts Entertainment with Jonathan Berry and Dave Becky. Together with Kevin “Coach K” Lee and Pierre “P” Thomas for Quality Control Films and Sara Rastogi for Hoorae, Yung Miami and JT of City Girls serve as co-executive producers on this project. The music supervision for the series is taken care of by Rae’s audio content organisation, which is known as Raedio.

Singleton said that she was happy to have the opportunity to work with the same cast and crew again since “this production and cast are one of a kind.” “We’re going bigger and harder!”

Sarah Aubrey, who oversees the production of original content for HBO Max, said that the company is “so happy to continue this adventure with Shawna and Mia and the tremendously hilarious universe of ‘Rap Sh!t’.” “With the incredibly funny and one-of-a-kind views of Aida Osman, KaMillion, Issa Rae, and Syreeta Singleton, season two is likely to provide even more seducing and plotting,” said the team at Hoorae.

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