'Love & Hip Hop: Secrets Unlocked:' Release date, plot, trailer and all you need to know about reality show's reunion special
VH1, in partnership with Monami Productions, announced that its powerhouse franchise will return with a four-part ‘Love & Hip Hop’ reunion special titled ‘Love & Hip Hop: Secrets Unlocked’ in 2021. The virtual reunion, the first of a four-part special, will mark the franchise’s first event featuring cast members from all four filming locations: New York, Atlanta, Hollywood and Miami.
Fan favorites Amara La Negra, Cyn Santana, Erica Mena, Jonathan Fernandez, Karlie Redd, Mendeecees, Princess Love, Ray J, Safaree Samuels, Yandy Smith-Harris and others are set to appear.
The four-part ‘Love & Hip Hop: Secrets Unlocked’ special will premiere on Monday, January 4 at 8 pm ET/PT.
For the first time in franchise history, iconic 'Love & Hip Hop' cast members from all four cities will virtually unite to reflect on never-before-seen casting footage, behind-the-scenes secrets, messy entanglements, epic breakups and a look back at the most unforgettable trips and unresolved drama from New York, to Atlanta, down to Miami and Hollywood.
Hosted by Kendall Kyndall, 'Love & Hip Hop: Secrets Unlocked' will give fans an exclusive look at Mendeecees' reunion with Yandy Smith-Harris for the very first time since being released from prison. Additionally, Ray J and Princess Love appear together to discuss their current situation and Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels open up about their relationship woes.
Additional appearances include Bambi, Bobby Lytes, Cyn Santana, Jonathan Fernandez, Karlie Redd, Kendra Robinson, Kirk Frost, Mami Ana, Momma Dee, Rasheeda Frost, Rich Dollaz, Scrappy, Shay Johnson, Sukihana, Trick Daddy and Yung Joc.
VH1's 'Love & Hip Hop: Secrets Unlocked' is produced by Mona Scott-Young, Stephanie R Gayle, Michael Lang and Marta Ravin from Monami Productions. Monami Productions is a wholly Black female-owned independent production company that boasts a diverse slate of scripted and unscripted projects, representing a wide array of stories and experiences. The company remains committed to conceptualizing, showcasing and amplifying the full spectrum of voices from people of color and, along with its executives, approaches all content with an eye towards global expansion and perspective.
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