Getting bigger. Going harder. “Minx” returns Friday, July 21 only on STARZ. Check out the trailer and poster here, and meet Minx’ colorful cast of characters below.
Ophelia Lovibond as Joyce Prigger
Joyce’s dreams of publishing her own magazine have become a reality, and minx is a commercial success. But as joyce’s star rises and she becomes the face of the sexual revolution, she starts to lose sight of her core beliefs, struggling to reconcile her ambition with her integrity.
Jake Johnson as Doug Renetti
After selling Bottom Dollar, Doug suddenly has all the money he’s ever dreamed of, and a drive to prove that he can replicate his own success. When Bottom Dollar’s new owner seems to favor Joyce and Tina over him, Doug starts to feel like an appendage, and fears that he’s getting pushed out of the company he built.
Idara Victor as Tina
Tina chooses to forego business school to be Minx’s managing editor, a gamble that pays off when Bottom Dollar’s new owner recognizes her business savvy, and gives her more power and responsibility. As the season progresses, she begins to put herself first, shedding old relationships she’s now outgrown.
Jessica Lowe as Bambi
After giving up nude modeling, Bambi is determined to find her purpose at Bottom Dollar, ultimately realizing that she’s the glue holding this work family together. As the company and her friends become more successful, they grow apart, leaving Bambi to question whether Bottom Dollar is still her home.
Lennon Parham as Shelly
Following her fling with Bambi in season one, Shelly attempts a return to normalcy, reinvesting in her relationship with her husband, Lenny. Eventually, she feels confident enough in her marriage to take on a full-time job at Minx, where she flourishes as a writer. But as the season progresses, her unconventional approach to saving her marriage starts to falter, leading her to unearth some inconvenient truths about herself.
Oscar Montoya as Richie
As Minx’s art director, Richie can’t wait to expand the magazine and take on new artistic challenges. But with a new owner in charge and Joyce distracted by her fame and success, Richie starts to feel stifled, and begins venturing outside of Minx to find routes for creative expression.
Elizabeth Perkins as Constance Papadopolous
Constance, an eccentric former shipping magnate, comes out of a premature retirement to buy Bottom Dollar. Armed with unlimited money and power, she sets her sights on expanding the Minx brand and taking the company global. As Constance exerts control and implements narrow business practices, the Minx team wonders if her vision is at odds with the core principles of their magazine.