Logan Browning & Kofi Siriboe Among Recurring Cast in “Harlem” Season 3

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Logan Browning at "The Lion King" film premiere in July 2019. Photo by AFF-USA/Shutterstock (10331369ab)

It’s been a few months since Amazon Prime Video renewed Harlem for its third season, and they’re finally making it happen! Four new cast members have been added to the ensemble ahead of Season 3, including Logan Browning and Kofi Siriboe.

Harlem follows the adventures of four women in their thirties who met during their time at New York University, as they try to navigate love, life, and their careers in the vibrant Upper Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem.

Meagan Good, Grace Byers, Shoniqua Shandai, Jerrie Johnson, and Tyler Lepley led the first two seasons of Harlem, and they’re coming back for another ride alongside several new recurring players.

Logan Browning (Dear White People) is one of the most significant new additions to the cast in the role of Portia, an edgy and beautiful woman from Ian’s (Tyler Lepley) childhood who causes a stir after returning to Harlem.

Season 3 will also star Kofi Siriboe (Queen Sugar) as confident, charming, and sweet MLB player Seth, Gail Bean (Snowfall) as a driven, yet playful, venture capitalist Eva working with Tye (Jerrie Johnson), and Robin Givens (Batwoman) as Eva’s no-nonsense mother Jacqueline.

Tracy Oliver will return as creator, writer, and executive producer of Harlem in Season 3, while the list of directors includes Stacey Muhammad, Shea Vanderpoort, and Tasha Smith.