The Knockturnal sat down with the cast and crew of OWN’s critically acclaimed show, David Makes Man. The series not only breaks barriers by tackling important themes and conversations surrounding identity and love in such a way that only Academy Award winner, writer, and creator Tarell Alvin McCraney can. During our interview, we discussed how these roles have changed the lives of both the cast and crew, the hardship of filming during the midst of a global pandemic, and what fans can expect from this upcoming season.
Season two of the series follows David, who is now in his thirties as he maneuvers through everyday struggles and a life-altering opportunity that will impact him and his community forever as it forces him to choose between breaking away from his comfort zone or finding a new way to thrive during his new journey.
This season will be bringing back the cast you know and love along with some fresh faces as the story continues with the adult versions of David and his brother JG played by Kwame Patterson (Adult David) and Arlen Escarpeta (Adult JG) accompanied by the returning series regulars, Akili McDowell (Young David), Alana Arenas (Gloria), Travis Coles (Miss Elijah) and Cayden K. Williams(Young JG).
The Peabody Award-winning series produced by Warner Bros is executively produced by Oprah Winfrey, Michael B Jordan, Tarell Alvin McCraney, Dee Harris-Lawrence alongside John Strauss makes it return to OWN on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 9 Est/8 pm C.
Season Two Trailer: