'Down In The Valley’: Starz Teases 'P-Valley' Inspired Docuseries

Starz has unveiled a sneak peek of their upcoming documentary series, “Down in the Valley,” which draws inspiration from the successful series “P-Valley.”

This new project is spearheaded by executive producers Katori Hall, the creative mind behind “P-Valley,” and Nicco Annan, who has portrayed “Uncle Clifford” since the show’s inception.

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The documentary series is set to premiere later this year and promises a captivating exploration of the Deep South.

Nicco Annan, who will also host the series, expressed his excitement, saying, “I can’t wait for ya’ll to get a taste of this fiercely unpredictable, deep-dive dance into Southern culture. It’s a black mirror of sorts.”

Annan will lead viewers through a six-half-hour episode journey, delving into the multifaceted tapestry of the Deep South, characterized by its poignant, joyful, and magical elements.

The series, according to Starz, will immerse Nicco and audiences in the rich tapestry of Southern life, from strip clubs to sex workshops, rap performances, and ancient hoodoo rituals.

Showrunner Shoshana Guy, an Emmy and Peabody award-winning executive producer, will guide the narrative, ensuring an authentic and engaging portrayal of Southern culture.

Kathryn Busby, President of Original Programming for Starz, emphasized the significance of “Down in the Valley” as a companion to P-Valley, noting its role in deepening the audience’s understanding of Southern Black culture.

She stated, “P-Valley has authentically captured Southern Black culture in our fictional world of Chuccalisa and piqued the curiosity of our Pynk Posse to learn more.”

The documentary series, produced by Zero Point Zero for Starz, boasts a stellar lineup of executive producers, including Emmy and Peabody award winners Lydia Tenaglia and Chris Collins, along with co-executive producer Emmy Award-winner Jared Andrukanis.

Alice Dickens Koblin and Karen Bailey will oversee the series on behalf of Starz, ensuring a compelling and insightful exploration of the real South.

Down in the Valley,” premiering July 5, promises to be a captivating journey, offering viewers a glimpse into the vibrant tapestry of Southern life and culture, as seen through the lens of “P-Valley‘s creators and the immersive storytelling of Nicco Annan.

Watch the teaser trailer below.

P-Valley” Season 3 is currently in production so the doors of The Pynk will be re-opening soon.

Frens, will we be watching “Down in the Valley?” 

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