‘The Vince Staples Show’ Renewed for Second Season on Netflix

Vince Staples is returning to Netflix. The Long Beach rapper’s TV show — created by himself and Kenya Barris — has been renewed by the streaming service for a second season.

In a statement given to Netflix’s, Vince sounded excited, telling the outlet, “The Vince Staples Show is back! The people have spoken and the most riveting, captivating, and polarizing show on Netflix is returning for Season 2. Get ready for hijinks that only a mother can love. Thank you, Netflix!”

The five-episode first season premiered on Feb. 15 after being greenlit in 2022, and focuses on everyday life. Andrea Ellsworth, Vanessa Bell Calloway and Watts Homie Quan have recurring roles while Vince plays a fictionalized version of himself and features guest stars like Rick Ross and Bryan Greenberg.

When the show premiered, Staples explained the premise to TUDUM, saying, “There are 365 days in a year, so we’re able to have 365 episodes of this thing because they’re all based on what it’s like to just exist day-to-day. Next for Vince is literally anything because anything could happen at any moment, that’s just how life works.”

The show’s official description backs him up: “Who’s Vince Staples? Well, that’s a tricky question. He’s kind of famous, but he’s not. He’s kind of rich, but he’s not. He’s also kind of a criminal. But he’s…not? Follow him on his daily adventures, where anything that can go wrong usually does.”

Vince has been a busy guy. Not only is he adding acting credits on his resume with the help of shows like Lazor Wulf, Abbott Elementary, and his own show; he just released a critically acclaimed album in Dark Times.

If you remember, back in 2019, Vince and director Calmatic produced their own version of The Vince Staples Show. You can check out the episode playlist here.

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