Into the glittering neon universe of 'P-Valley' with Katori Hall : Code Switch The Starz hit show P-Valley takes audiences to a strip club in a fictional town in the Mississippi Delta. Part soap opera, part Southern Gothic, the show focuses on the interior lives of the Black women who work at the club — and the complex social dynamics that shape their lives.

Into the glittering neon universe of 'P-Valley' with Katori Hall

Into the glittering neon universe of 'P-Valley' with Katori Hall

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The cast of the Starz TV series P-Valley.

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The Starz hit show P-Valley takes audiences to a strip club in a fictional town in the Mississippi Delta. Part soap opera, part Southern Gothic, the show focuses on the interior lives of the Black women who work at the club — and the complex social dynamics that shape their lives.

On this episode, we spoke to Katori Hall, the Pulitzer prize-winning playwright and creator of P-Valley.