BET Presents: ‘Games People Play’ Season 2 – Virtual Conference Recap

The drama series ‘Games People Play’ on BET network premiered this Fall and viewers are on the edge of their seats eager to find out after the ending of Season 1.

The basketball themed television show with leading stars like Lauren London and Jackie Long, is based on a popular book by Angela Burt-Murray called ‘Games Divas Play’. This book is a sexy, stylized drama about the L.A high life, where everyone plays to win.

The Prevailing Woman got the opportunity to attend the ‘Games People Play-Season 2 Press Conference’ hosted by BET, where we sat with the entire cast of the show to talk more about what to expect in the season and highlights of being an actor on the show.

We learned that:

-The second season of the bold and sexy drama picks up with Marques (Jackson) and
Vanessa (London) learning the paternity of their new child as he struggles to find his
footing on and off the court. 
-Nia’s (Obilom) investigation into a secret society jeopardizes her relationship with MJ
(Kyndall) and Laila (McKenna Posey). 
-After the trials of season one, Laila has a run of good fortune; she gets offered an
acting role, recruited by a high-level agency and approved for an apartment she
never thought she could afford. Just as she gets used to her good luck, she runs
into someone that forces her to come to terms with her darker past
-Karrueche Tran will be starring in the second season of “Games People Play” for a
season-long story arc.
-Vanessa Bell Calloway, Vanessa Simmons, Shaun Robinson, Kevin Jackson,
Barry Brewer, and Monti Washington to reprise their recurring roles, with Cynthia
Bailey, Nazanin Mandi, Ro Parrish, Hitman Holla, Leon and Calvin Seabrooks to
guest star in the ten-episode drama.

Click the link to the video below to preview a trailer of the season! Catch Games People Play on BET on Tuesday’s at 10pm EST/7pm PST.

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