‘Sweet Life: Los Angeles’ Renewed For Season 2 By HBO Max

Issa Rae’s Sweet Life: Los Angeles will be returning for another go-round. HBO Max has renewed the praised unscripted series for a second season. Season one, which debuted in August, is currently available to stream on HBO Max.

Sweet Life: Los Angeles gives a unique look at what it means to be young, Black, ambitious, and in constant pursuit of one’s dreams. Exploring themes of loyalty, legacy, and love, the coming-of-age series follows a group of long-time friends in South L.A., as they navigate the relatable, chaotic, mid-20s moments at the quarter-life mark and propel each other into adulthood success.

“We are thrilled with the success of Sweet Life: Los Angeles,” said Jennifer O’Connell, EVP, Non-Fiction and Live-Action Family, HBO Max. “The incredibly talented Issa Rae and her producing partners delivered an elevated, purposeful series, which featured the fun, inspiring and challenging moments that young adults face navigating relationships and careers.”

Rebecca Quinn, SVP, Non-Fiction, HBO Max adds “Fans are really embracing this endearing, entertaining and ambitious group of friends. We can’t wait to see where they take us for season two as they continue to shine an important light on Black culture in South Los Angeles.”

Sweet Life: Los Angeles is produced by Rae’s Hoorae; Main Event Media, an All3Media America Company; and Morning Dew Pictures. Issa Rae, Montrel McKay, Jimmy Fox, Sheri Maroufkhani, Leola Westbrook and Sun de Graaf serve as executive producers. Rajah Ahmed and Pyongson “Sunny” Yim serve as co-executive producers. Sara Rastogi and Ashley Calloway serve as producers.

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