Issa Rae wows in a neon zip-up dress and black lace-up heels at the season two premiere of HBO Max's Sweet Life: Los Angeles

Issa Rae attended the world premiere of HBO Max's Sweet Life: Los Angeles, which took place in the City Of Angeles on Wednesday evening.

The 37-year-old performer flashed a wide smile as she posed for several photos on the event's red carpet.

The reality show's second run of episodes are set to debut later this week. 

Big night: Issa Rae attended the world premiere of HBO Max's Sweet Life: Los Angeles, which took place in the City Of Angeles on Wednesday evening

Big night: Issa Rae attended the world premiere of HBO Max's Sweet Life: Los Angeles, which took place in the City Of Angeles on Wednesday evening 

Rae wowed in a curve-clinging neon dress that zipped up the front and had a plunging neckline.

The Insecure star amped up the glamour by slipping her feet into a pair of black lace-up heels.

The Primetime Emmy-nominated performer accessorized with a pair of shiny gold hoop earrings.

Her brunette hair was slicked back and styled in a voluminous ponytail that cascaded down her back.

Beaming: The 37-year-old performer flashed a wide smile as she posed for several photos on the event's red carpet

Beaming: The 37-year-old performer flashed a wide smile as she posed for several photos on the event's red carpet 

Neon: Rae wowed in a curve-clinging neon dress that zipped up the front and had a plunging neckline. The Insecure star amped up the glamour by slipping her feet into a pair of black lace-up heels

Neon: Rae wowed in a curve-clinging neon dress that zipped up the front and had a plunging neckline. The Insecure star amped up the glamour by slipping her feet into a pair of black lace-up heels

Sweet Life: Los Angeles is centered on a group of young African-American professionals who strive to further their respective careers while living in Los Angeles.

Development on the reality series was revealed in May of last year. 

HBO Max's executive vice president of Non-Fiction and Live-Action Family, Jennifer O'Connell, previously gave a statement to Deadline to express her excitement about the project.

'We are thrilled to partner with Issa Rae on this fun, dynamic series about a real group of friends and their unique, yet intertwined experiences in South Los Angeles, which has a one-of-a-kind culture that deserves a spotlight all its own,' she said.

Glam: Her brunette hair was slicked back and styled in a voluminous ponytail that cascaded down her back

Glam: Her brunette hair was slicked back and styled in a voluminous ponytail that cascaded down her back 

Rae herself also issued a statement to speak her mind about the content of the program. 

'We're so proud to present a grounded and fun slice of young Black LA life. We hope the HBO Max audience will relate to and fall in love with this group of friends as much as we have,' she stated. 

The performer also serves as one of the reality program's executive producers.

The first season of Sweet Life: Los Angeles premiered on the HBO Max streaming service in August of last year.

On screen: The first season of Sweet Life: Los Angeles premiered on the HBO Max streaming service in August of last year

On screen: The first season of Sweet Life: Los Angeles premiered on the HBO Max streaming service in August of last year

It was announced that the program had been renewed for a second run this past November.

The performer subsequently began promoting the series' return on her social media outlets.

The second season of Sweet Life: Los Angeles is currently set to premiere on August 4. 

Another one: It was announced that the program had been renewed for a second run this past November

Another one: It was announced that the program had been renewed for a second run this past November

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Issa Rae wows in a neon zip-up dress at the season two premiere of HBO Max's Sweet Life: Los Angeles

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