The women of "Harlem" are back—and so is the neighborhood as a backdrop.
Season 2 of the comedy series, which follows the adventures of besties Camille, Tye, Quinn, and Angie as they navigate careers, romance and modern life in the big city, premiered on Friday, February 3 on Amazon Prime.
Just like Season 1, the second was filmed in various parts of Harlem, the NYC neighborhood where the characters live.
While many scenes take place in the area's historic blocks—filming notices for the first season were spotted in the Mount Morris Park Historic District—a few locations stand out, including:
• A plant shop called Everything Grows in Harlem, actually an empty corner storefront on Amsterdam Avenue and W 149th Street.
• Aunt Tammy's townhouse on Strivers' Row, located on W 138th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards.
• Brownstone-lined W 118th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, where Angie first learns to ride a bike.
• Outside the entrance to the Conservatory Garden on Fifth Avenue between E 104th and E 105th Streets, where Angie masters riding a bike.
• Famous Fish Market, 684 St. Nicholas Ave near W 145th Street, where Tye goes on a date with plant shop owner Aimee.
To catch them all, watch the full season over the next month.
There are a total of eight episodes, with two installments being released every week (the finale is on February 24).
And for a look back at when Seasons 1 and 2 were filming in Harlem, check out TCU's previous posts: