‘All the Queen’s Men’ Season 2 Plot Details Unveiled by BET+

Eva Marcille leads the cast of Tyler Perry's new BET+ Drama "All The Queen's Men." (Credit: Charles Bergmann/BET/Tyler Vision, LLC)

Move over, the boss is back and ready to expand her queendom on season 2 of BET+ drama All the Queen’s Men.

The streaming service unveiled details Wednesday on the upcoming season, saying Marilyn ‘Madam’ DeVille will focus on expanding her business. However, she will discover that more money and more power mean more problems as she navigates a sexy yet dangerous world and fights to stay on top of the game.

The first season introduced Eva Marcille as Madam DeVille, who runs a thriving nightclub of male exotic dancers. She is surrounded by loyal employees that are down to make sure Madam and her empire in Atlanta remain successful.

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BET confirmed in a press release that Madam’s loyal team will return including: Skyh Alvester Black as “Amp ‘Addiction’ Anthony;” Candace Maxwell as “DJ Dime;” Racquel Palmer as “Blue;” Michael ‘Bolo’ Bolwaire as “Doc;” Keith ‘Fatal Attraction’ Swift as “Babyface;” Dion Rome as “El Fuego;” and Jeremy ‘Masterpiece’ Williams as “Midnight.”

The series is based on the book “Ladies Night” by Christian Keyes.

Keyes will reprise his role as “The Concierge,” and cast member Carter the Body returns as “Trouble.”

All The Queen’s Men season 2 is executive produced by Tyler Perry and Christian Keyes. Elon D. Johnson serves as co-executive producer and Angi Bones, Mark Swinton, Will Areu and Tony L. Strickland are producers.

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The series is one of the first shows from Tyler Perry Studios’ scripted development arm, Pitch Black Development LLC.

The one-hour drama premiered in September 2021. The season 2 renewal was announced in February 2022.

The second season will debut later this year.  BET+ will announce a premiere date in the coming weeks.