Onyx Collective’s “UnPrisoned” Season 2 Gets Premiere Date

Hulu announced on Wednesday, May 8, that the second season of UnPrisoned, will return on July 17. Starring and produced by Kerry Washington and Delroy Linda, as the official press release states:

“The Alexander family is still a mess. Paige’s therapy practice is in trouble, Finn’s anxiety is through the roof,  Edwin is still figuring out how to get his life together outside of prison, and their relationships are more complicated than ever. The family needs help, and it’s time to call in a professional – OTHER than Paige. The Alexanders turn to a “family radical healing coach,” who throws out all the rules to free them of the issues, old wounds and family secrets holding them back.”

Season 1 introduces us to Paige, played by Kerry Washington, a relationship therapist and single mom whose father, played by Delroy Lindo, comes to live with her and her teenage son Finn after being released from prison.

Season 1 ended with her dad moving out of Paige’s home to figure out how he wants to lead his life.

The series is executive produced by Tracy McMillan, Yvette Lee Bowser and Kerry Washington, alongside Pilar Savone, through their Simpson Street production company, and Delroy Lindo. Joy Gorman Wettels and Jen Braeden also executive produce. The series hails from Onyx Collective on Hulu and is produced by ABC Signature.


  • Kerry Washington, “Paige Alexander”
  • Delroy Lindo, “Edwin”
  • Marque Richardson, “Mal”
  • Faly Rakotohavana, “Finn”
  • Jordyn McIntosh, “Little Paige”
  • Jee Young Han, “Esti”

About Onyx Collective

Onyx Collective is a premium content brand under Disney Entertainment Television, with programming exclusively available to stream on Hulu in the U.S., Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in all other territories. Onyx Collective curates globally entertaining stories by creators of color and underrepresented voices, all with a culturally specific point of view, including Oscar®-winning documentary “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised),” “Reasonable Doubt,” Emmy®Award-nominated and Peabody Award-winning documentary film “Aftershock,” Emmy Award-winning docuseries “The 1619 Project,” “Black Twitter: A People’s History,” “Deli Boys,” “Drive with Swizz Beatz,” “How to Die Alone,” “Queenie,” “Ring of Fire: The Life of Annie Mae Aquash,” “UnPrisoned” and “Untitled Sly Stone” (working title).

The brand’s roster of prolific creators also includes Ryan Coogler’s Proximity Media (“Black Panther,” “Judas and the Black Messiah”); Manolo Caro (“The House of Flowers”) and Woo Films;  Destin Daniel Cretton (“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”) and his production company Hisako; Jason Kim (“Barry,” “KPOP”); Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Joseph Patel (“Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”); Prentice Penny’s Penny for Your Thoughts; Natasha Rothwell (“Insecure,” “SNL”); Yara Shahidi with her 7th Sun Production Company; and Erika Green Swafford and her production company, Chocolate Girl Wonder. 

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