AllBlk Dramedy ‘À La Carte’ Adds Tami Roman, Romeo Miller to Season 2 Cast

Tami Roman and Romeo Miller are joining the season 2 cast of À La Carte on AllBlk. (Credit: Shutterstock)

AllBlk dating dramedy À La Carte has been renewed for a second season, with Romeo Miller (Growing Up Hip Hop), Tami Roman (Girl in the Closet), Aspen Kennedy (Kingdom Business), Terayle Hill (Step Up: High Water) and Leon Fisher (Remember) joining the cast in recurring roles.

Also boarding the series are social media star India Love (College Hill: Celeb Edition), musician Alex Jacke, and Shani Marq (Top Five) in the key role of “Misha.”

Series leads Kendall Kyndall and Jenna Nolen are returning, along with series regulars Kandi Burruss and Xavier Avila.

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The show is executive produced by Meagan Good and Dijon Talton, who also serves as showrunner and director.

“This season we get to explore, elevate and dive deeper into the characters we’ve grown to love, and introduce some really dynamic and fun new cast,” Talton said in a statement.

“I am so excited about season two! AllBlk has provided us with an incredible, free-spirited and supportive platform to share and explore stories that are authentic and relatable,” added Good. “I’m so grateful to be working with my cousin, Dijon Talton, who’s vision for À La Carte has enabled generation Z to feel seen, heard and understood all the while being allowed to be imperfect as they navigate their life experiences and grow through them.”

Per AllBlk, the second season of À La Carte will explore who Misha, Reign, and Shyra are as friends to each other without the friend that brought them all together, Mahogany. Her absence will serve as a catalyst for comedy and drama within this new friendship dynamic.

The series is currently in production in Atlanta, and will air later this year on AMC Networks streamer AllBlk and WE tv.

Below are details on the new roles:

Evette is THAT GIRL and is Shyra’s sexy savant! She’s able to help Shyra with many problems this season, starting with providing a roof over her head. Evette opens her home to the friend group and is slowly reminded why you need a tribe of people you can trust in L.A.

Brandon is the new bar owner of Dahlia’s and is having trouble running it when the crew pops up to drink their sorrows away. He’s harboring a secret that may jeopardize the future of the bar.

Jamal is a three-time Major League Baseball All-Star that has recently been traded to play in L.A. He keeps his girlfriend, Evette, well kept.

Maureen DeVoe is a sexy pop star whisperer who reaches out to Misha in hopes of reigniting her love for music. She sees dollar signs when it comes to her artists and if it doesn’t make sense/cents, she’s not investing her time into it. When Misha waffles between school and songwriting, Maureen DeVoe must decide about their future together.

Frank Watson is a bartender at Dahlia’s and is hired mostly for his body. His friendship with Shyra, Derek and Brandon lands him in the thick of their drama as he tries to conceal a huge secret.

Korey is a comedian who finds Misha on a new musical journey. He’s not usually the type of guy that Misha would be attracted to, but when he makes her laugh, she can’t help but give him a chance.

Mecca is a gay, B-list actor on the DL. Mecca is a moth attracted to the lights that focuses on Reign this season but doesn’t want the spotlight that dating an out and proud man brings.