The romantic anthology series Love Life aired their season 2 finale November 11, 2021.
The show follows the romantic journey for Mia and Marcus. Their love story shows the nuance within the journey to commitment.
One of the visible changes with the second season of the series is the increase of diversity and actress Jessica Williams is excited to be a part of a Black love story that feels more realistic than fantasy. The show follows a decade long journey between Marcus and Mia, and explores the diversity of challenges that come with love including: infidelity.
Williams believes that Love Life Season 2 is adding to the type of stories she is able to tell. As an actor, the daily show veteran was able to work alongside legends such as Blair Underwood while telling the story of Mia.
With the second season exploring the nuance within dating and loving someone while Black, the show made sure to capture a cultural essential: hair. Hair has been woven into Black American culture, history, and even political movements and the show made sure to capture the diversity of Black hair throughout the years. In Williams’ own words the show contains a lot of heart, and the heart she is referring to can be both seen and felt this season.
The second season of Love Life is authentic, diverse, and captures the journey of love. Watch the second season of Love Life on HBOMax.