The new Starz series "Run the World" is finally here.
A "Sex and the City"-esque show about four Black best friends living in Harlem, the comedy features up-and-coming actresses Amber Stevens West, Andrea Bordeaux, Bresha Webb, and Corbin Reid.
But judging from the previews, present-day Harlem is the real star.
That's no accident. "'Run the World' is a love letter to Black women and a love letter to Harlem," the show's creator and writer, Leigh Davenport, said in a statement.
Here's a look at eight iconic Harlem locations featured in the series—the comedy was filming all across the neighborhood last fall.
Listed from south to north, they make a great walking tour of the neighborhood:
1. Harlem Meer
Central Park, Fifth Avenue and 110th Street
2. Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market
52 W 116th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues
3. "Young Gifted & Harlem" mural by Ronald Draper
Morningside Avenue and W 120th Street
4. Brownstones in the Mount Morris Park Historic District
W 121st Street between Mt. Morris Park West and Lenox Avenue
5. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Memorial by Branly Cadet
125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard
6. Harriet Tubman Memorial by Alison Saar
St. Nicholas Avenue and W 122nd Street
Red Rooster, 310 Malcolm X Boulevard between W 125th and W 126th Streets
8. Under the Riverside Viaduct
12th Avenue between W 125th St and W 135th Streets