'Love & Marriage: DMV': 5 things to know about OWN show starring Monique Samuels
Former 'RHOP' star Monique Samuels is ready to once again give the world a peek into her life on the upcoming OWN show, 'Love & Marriage: DMV'
In case you have been missing the presence of Monique Samuels on your small screen, then we got great news for you! Monique is all set to make a comeback to the reality tv world on OWN's upcoming show 'Love & Marriage: DMV'.
The former 'Real Housewives of Potomac' star left everybody shocked when she announced her abrupt exit from the hit Bravo show following her explosive fallout with her co-stars, especially Candiace Dillard Bassett. Monique took to her Instagram to explain to her fans that she was "over it" and made it very clear that she would never return to the Bravo show. She said, "I wanted to represent real Black love and show people something outside what the stereotype has been on TV. Unfortunately, this season I played right into that stereotype. I was working overtime to check myself because that’s the opposite of what I want to display. I’m always going to be a great example or a role model for my kids and you have to know when enough is enough.” But looks like the former housewife is ready to once again give the world a peek into her life on the upcoming OWN show- 'Love & Marriage: DMV', which is a spinoff of the network's hit show 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville'. Read on to know all about the new show featuring Monique.
When does ‘Love & Marriage: DMV’ release and where can you watch it?
The release date for OWN's 'Love & Marriage: DMV' hasn't been announced yet, but the show is expected to premiere in 2022. According to reports, the show's filming will begin in January 2022. Keep watching this space for further updates on the release date.
What is 'Love & Marriage: DMV’ all about?
'Love & Marriage: DMV' will be following the footsteps of OWN's hit series 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville'. The show follows the personal and professional lives of three powerful African-American couples in Huntsville, Alabama, working in real estate. They come together with their joint real-estate venture — The Comeback Group — to revitalize and transform the city. 'Love & Marriage: DMV' will be following the couples from D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
Who stars on 'Love & Marriage: DMV'?
Monique and her husband Chris Samuels will be appearing on the upcoming OWN show. The other couples who are rumored to be the cast of the show include- Erana and James Tyler, Ashley Brittney and Roberto Silva, and Tasha and Neil Lyons. TVDeets reported that Monique was reportedly responsible for picking out the cast members of the new show. The network hasn't confirmed the cast details, so keep watching this space for any updates on the cast of 'Love & Marriage: DMV'.
Who are the showrunners?
'Love & Marriage: DMV' is produced by Kingdom Reign Entertainment, the production company run by former 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' executive producer Carlos King.
The trailer for 'Love & Marriage: DMV' hasn't been released yet. Keep watching this space for updates.