Starz To Drop ‘Down In The Valley’ Premiere A Week Early

The series premiere of the P-Valley-inspired docuseries Down in the Valley will drop a week on Friday, June 28, at midnight ET on the STARZ app.

For linear viewers, the episode titled “Diamonds of Memphis” will air on Starz as previously scheduled, followed immediately by episode 102, “Saints & Sinners” on July 5 beginning at 9 P.M. ET/PT in the U.S. and 10 P.M. ET in Canada.

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Down in the Valley is hosted by Nicco Annan, best known as “Uncle Clifford” on Starz’s P-Valley, and will consist of six-half-hour episodes. The series will take viewers on a tour of the Deep South, unveiling a complex area where “Annan immerses himself in the people, sensuality, music, culture and stories of the South. From strip clubs to sex workshops, rap performances and ancient hoodoo rituals, Annan, as well as the audience, will experience it all,” a release for the show reads.

Zero Point Zero produces the docu-series for Starz. Katori Hall and Nicco Annan executive produce alongside Lydia Tenaglia and Chris Collins with Jared Andrukanis as co-executive producer on behalf of Zero Point. Alice Dickens Koblin, Senior Vice President of Unscripted Programming and Karen Bailey, Executive Vice President of Programming, will oversee the series on behalf of Starz.

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