Yung Miami Joins the Star-Studded "BMF" Season 2 Cast
Starz's "BMF" is loading up its season two cast with a whole lot of talent. The hit crime drama made waves with its debut last year, pulling off a record-breaking performance as one of Starz's buzzy Sunday premieres, Deadline reported. So, of course, fans are eager to see what's in store for season two once it returns in January.
In March, Demetrius "Lil Meech" Flenory Jr. told POPSUGAR that next season will be all about "elevation." "I can tell you that [Big Meech] has to elevate his mind," he said. "Everything about him is elevating, so he's becoming bigger, wealthier, [and] wiser." According to Flenory Jr., the stakes are much higher in season two, so "a lot of crazy things happen." But he also assured us that the show is "really just going to blow the audience away."
Though "BMF" has yet to unveil official plot details for season two, we already know who's in the cast. A few season one favorites will reprise their roles, including celebrity guest stars like Snoop Dogg, while new faces like Yung Miami of City Girls join the series.
Keep reading ahead to see every actor starring in "BMF" season two.
Demetrius "Lil Meech" Flenory Jr.
Flenory Jr. will return to portray his father, Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory. According to the actor, his character in season two will become "bigger, wealthier, [and] wiser."
Da'Vinchi will return alongside Flenory Jr. to play the actor's onscreen little brother, Terry.
La La Anthony
Anthony, who starred in a recurring role in "BMF" season one, has been upped to a series regular in season two. She'll return as the smart, sophisticated, and street-savvy Markaisha Taylor. Anthony will have an expanded storyline in season two by way of a blossoming friendship with Da'Vinchi's character.
Season two of "BMF" marks Mo'Nique's grand return to the TV world. After a cosign from 50 Cent and promise to "put her back on," the comedian and actor has been cast in a recurring role as Goldie, a sophisticated Atlanta strip-club owner with swagger and street smarts. Her alliance with the Flenory brothers will assist the migration of their drug business from Detroit to Atlanta.
Jones is another new face joining the "BMF" season two cast as a recurring character. The "Saturday Night Live" alum will play a smart and calculated federal agent named Tracy Chambers, whose years of experience facing the most dangerous drug dealers have shaped her into a no-nonsense officer of the law.
Truitt will return as the Flenory brothers' right-hand man Brian Mickie, aka B-Mickie. In an interview with Complex, the actor shared that he hopes season two shows more of the "internal side" of his character.
Wood Harris will reprise his role as Pat in season two. Hopefully, viewers will get to see the actor and his brother, Steve Harris, share more scenes together after their explosive showdown in season one's fifth episode.
Harris returns as Ecorse Police Det. Vaughn Bryant, who will surely still be out for revenge against Meech in season two following the death of his partner, Det. Lopez (Sean Michael Gloria).
Hornsby will return to portray Charles, Meech and Terry's father and the Flenory family's late patriarch.
Michole Briana White
White is set to reprise her role as Flenory matriarch Lucille.
The rapper will return as her recurring character Monique in season two. "BMF" marked Doll's first-ever acting role.
Snoop Dogg, who guest starred as Pastor Swift in "BMF"'s first season, will return to reprise his role in season two.
Serayah will recur as her character Lori Walker in season two. Lori is Meech's girlfriend and the mother of their daughter, Neeka.
Horn joins the cast as Mabel Jones, a trusted friend and neighbor to the Flenory family.
"BMF" welcomes Hu to the series as Det. Veronica Jin, a tough cop who becomes the only female, Asian American detective in Detroit in the '80s.
Caresha "Yung Miami" Brownlee
Yung Miami of City Girls joins season two as Deanna Washington, though details about her character are being kept under wraps for now.