Who is Big Bone in P-Valley? Meet Miracle Watts | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

P-Valley is a TV adaptation of Katori Hall’s play and the second season has just started airing on Starz. The new episodes feature a number of series regulars, including a bartender at The Pynk. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about newcomer Big Bone and who plays her.

Who is Big Bone in P-Valley?

P-Valley aired weekly in the United States, with the third episode set to air on June 19.

The second season has already received positive reviews from critics and its popularity continues to grow.

The season has already touched on the impact of the pandemic and The Pynk may have been saved once, but Covid threatens to permanently ruin the Mississippi Delta strip club.

Big Bone is hired to hold the bar and she is a fighter with exorbitant ambitions.

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According to Deadline: “She’s an exuberant new presence to The Pynk with a molasses-thick body, knees of steel, and a tongue deadlier than a Draco.”

Big Bone is played by model and dancer Miracle Watts and this is her very first television role.

She is CEO of The Miracle Lifestyle and Miracles Kloset, and both are thriving businesses.

The star is on Instagram and she shared news of her latest TV adventure in March.

She said: “When hard work, sleepless nights and countless auditions meet opportunity.

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In the latest episode of P-Valley, Big Bone became a problem when she found herself between Mercedes (Brandee Evans) and Autumn (Elarica Johnson).

She also tried to make money by dancing at the bar, after being demoted to serving drinks.

As the newest whirlwind in the series, fans will be interested to see what destruction Big Bone could potentially wreak.

Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the character, with Naya saying, “I kinda like me Big Bone. Miracle Watts really is that girl.”

P-Valley airs on Starz with new episodes every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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