Tyler Perry is about to give the ladies of “P-Valley” a run for their money.
The media mogul is creating a new series that centers around an upscale strip club in Atlanta. By the sound of the title the exotic dancers will be men and not women.
According to Deadline the show titled “All The Queens Men” will follow the life and happenings of a savvy and charming female strip club owner in the ATL.
With the success of Starz’ P-Valley we can see why this was a no brainer for Perry.
In a statement Perry said “I began my career in this direct-to-consumer business, so I know it well. I know how much my audience value and seek our great content, anchored in our culture and experiences. BET+ is home to an extraordinary array of content including my movies, series, dramas, sitcoms and stage plays. I can’t wait to create even more great content for the BET+ viewers.”
Perry left OWN and took his talents to the streaming platform after striking a multi-million dollar deal with BET+ parent company ViacomCBS back in 2017.
Perry debuted his series Tyler Perry’s The Oval and Tyler Perry’s Sistas on BET in 2019. The Oval spinoff series Ruthless debuted on BET+ in 2020.
Season 3 of The Oval is slated to start production at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta later this year. It joins Sistas, which also recently was renewed for a third season by BET.