'P-Valley' Shines A Light On Strip Club Culture : Pop Culture Happy Hour The Starz drama P-Valley is set in a Black strip club in the Mississippi delta. The dancers are acrobatic, artistic and independent. The show is about their labor, but also about a wide variety of stories about power, money, and a community's identity. It's really good, and it's really different from anything else on TV right now.

'P-Valley' Shines A Light On Strip Club Culture

'P-Valley' Shines A Light On Strip Club Culture

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The Starz series P-Valley was created by Katori Hall, a playwright who adapted the story from her own play. Jessica Miglio/Starz hide caption

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The Starz series P-Valley was created by Katori Hall, a playwright who adapted the story from her own play.

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The Starz drama P-Valley is set in a Black strip club in the Mississippi Delta. The dancers are acrobatic, artistic and independent. The show is about their labor, but also about a wide variety of stories about power, money, and a community's identity. Created by playwright Katori Hall and stars Brandee Evans, Elarica Johnson and Nicco Annan, among others, it's really good, and it's really different from anything else on TV right now.

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The audio was produced and edited by Mike Katzif and Jessica Reedy.