‘Married to Medicine’ on Bravo: Date, cast, plot, and all the latest buzz around Bravo reality show
The series created by Mariah Hun chronicles the lives of seven women in the Atlanta medical community
Bravo is back with the ninth season of ‘Married to Medicine’. The cable channel has released a trailer and announced a July 10 return date for the reality series that follows female doctors or the mates of physicians.
The series was created by Mariah Hun and chronicles the lives of seven women in the Atlanta medical community, with four of the women being doctors themselves, while the others being doctors' wives.
When does ‘Married to Medicine’ release?
The dramatic and ever-so-fabulous season will release on Sunday, July 10, exclusively on Bravo at 9 pm ET.
What is ‘Married to Medicine' all about?
The lovely ladies of the hit reality TV series 'Married to Medicine' are back. Over the show’s past 8 seasons, cast members have left and new cast members have been added, and some have even left and come back. Dr Heavenly became a main cast member starting the second season and remains a big part of the show, and some would say she makes the show!
With rumors on the rise, the trailer sees the women struggling to move forward, and determining if some of their friendships are beyond repair. Dr Heavenly went to her YouTube channel to express her distaste in the way Bravo displayed the women of the show. The original synopsis reads, "Dr Jacqueline Walters, Dr Simone Whitmore, Dr Heavenly Kimes, Dr Contessa Metcalfe, Toya Bush-Harris, and Anila Sajja are all back for the new drama-filled, fun-filled season, which will follow the ladies in the latest chapters of their professional and personal lives — and within their friendships. Oh, and BTW, Miss Quad Webb returns for Season 9 as part of the main cast... and she’s even living with a special someone."
Who stars in ‘Married to Medicine’?
Some of the lovely doctors that will be joining us this season will be Dr Jacqueline Walters, Dr Simone Whitmore, Dr Heavenly Kimes, Dr Contessa Metcalfe; Toya Bush-Harris, and Anila Sajja, with Miss Quad Webb will be returning as part of the main cast.
Dr Heavenly Kimes
The TV show star was born Born on November 17, 1970; her expansive mansion and multiple business ventures are assets she has worked hard for. She has only two things on her mind and does not waver from them no matter what - one being expanding her empire and two being her family.
Apart from being a successful TV show star, Heavenly is a dentist who runs Smiles by Dr Heavenly in Metro Atlanta. She is also a revered member of a number of societies such as the American Academy of General Dentistry, the National Dentistry Association, and the Georgia Dental Society. She graduated top of her class with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the Meharry Medical College. She also picked up a Bachelor's degree in Biology Chemistry and Military Science as minors from Florida A&M University. This was where she met her now-husband Dr Damon Kimes. The couple has been together for over two decades and share three beautiful children - Damon Jr, Zachary and daughter Alaura.
What's the latest news about ‘Married to Medicine’?
Dr Contessa Metcalfe, one of the protagonists in the show, took to social media to talk about her mental health growth. Reflecting on the past year, she stated how proud she was of herself. On June 30, Contessa took to Instagram to look back at her growth over the last year, sharing a photo of herself posing in a fitted long-sleeved blue dress at a recent event. “Half of 2022 is officially gone!” she wrote in the caption of the picture.
Contessa ended the mesage with a list of hashtags like “push,” “never give up,” “move forward,” and “I love me.”
Who are the creators?
The reality show is produced by Fremantle Media North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop. Serving as executive producers are Matt Anderson, Nate Green, Mariah Huq, Michael Beck, Paul Yuan, and James Smith-Hill.