An ALLBLK series has debuted a new episode and BOSSIP’s got an exclusive first look.
On the season finale of “Millennials” which centers around the lives of four 20-something roommates and their neighbor as they navigate the chaos of being young in the city of angels, things are AWKWARD between Mercedes and Jaheem’s new girlfriend Angel.
Mercedes breaks the news to Angel that she and Jaheem used to be a thing–but Angel initially shrugs it off.
“He said he’s learned a lot from dating you and he vows to be a better man. Right, Heemy?” says Angel.
Mercedes however won’t stop pressing the issue.
“Heemy—did Heemy tell you that Heemy still has feelings for me?!” asks Mercedes.
“He did tell me that but you see, after we get done dating you’re not going to be a thought anymore,” says Angel.
Mercedes then slaps Angel and chaos commences; take an exclusive look!
The SEASON FINALE of Millennials streams TOMORROW April 21 on ALLBK.
In season 2 of ALLBLK’s “Millennials,” we’re following Travis (Philip Bolden, Are We There Yet?), Jaheem (Keraun “King Keraun” Harris, Hiking With Rappers), and Todd (Aaron Grady, Everybody Hates Chris) as they find themselves hustling to make rent while Omar is on a business assignment overseas.
They now must coexist with their new roommate, Derrick “Fitz” Fitzgerald (Nathan Davis Jr., Snowfall, Detroit), a renaissance man who makes his living as an art dealer. Meanwhile, the unlikely romance between Jaheem and Mercedes (Teresa “Topnotch” Celeste, Tales, Wild N’ Out) is moving fast and furious however he quickly learns the do’s and don’ts of having a girlfriend in the new age social media era.
CeCe (Katherine Florence, social media influencer @katieflorence) and Mercedes start a podcast to voice their opinions while Cousin Adrian (comedian Juhahn Jones) returns and lends his expertise on dating women of color. Todd ventures into a new lucrative career in professional video gaming but faces an uphill battle as his gaming career is challenged by the top gamers in the nation. Upon Travis’ return to the apartment, he stumbles upon an invention that blows up on the internet, but his success is short-lived, when he falls victim to cancel culture.
Rounding out the cast are, Tanjareen Thomas, Buddy Lewis, Howard M. Lockie, Bobby Slaski, and DeShaude Barner in recurring roles.
“Millennials” airs Thursday on ALLBLK.