'Married to Medicine': Fans livid as Bravo airs rerun, why did the show go on a break and when will it return?

Previously, a short clip was aired right after the episode ended. It was a glimpse into what the viewers could expect from the rest of the season

'Married to Medicine': Fans livid as Bravo airs rerun, why did the show go on a break and when will it return?
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'Married to Medicine: Los Angeles' didn't return with a new episode this week. Instead, they had Quad Webb and Toya Bush-Harris review Episode 5 on Sunday. The ladies from Atlanta assumed their roles as pot-stirrers and passionate haters, added to the spice and messiness of the show. But that was hardly acceptable for the viewers, who were disappointed for being kept in the dark about the channel not airing new episodes of the show. 

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Previously, a short clip was aired right after the episode ended. It was a glimpse into what the viewers could expect from the rest of the season. While some took the hint that the show wouldn't return for two weeks, rest were in for a surprise on June 7. And, they didn't take very kindly. 

"Why exactly there’s no new episode and instead we get annoying comments every now and then from women from a different show? #Married2MedLA," a fan questioned while another asked: "Toya and Quad are giving their commentary on a past episode of married to medicine la?!? Who told the producers we wanted to see this?!? Is this cuz of COVID?!? Quad already showed out this season and we need a break lol I love them both but #Married2MedLA."

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"Am I the only one not feeling the new episode of #Married2MedLA tonight? All these documentaries from #Married2Med casts - like we don't need that smh!" a user tweeted. "Okay cool I get it y’all are saving episodes due to COVID-19, that’s fine I would rather y’all put a commercial out letting us know you are skipping a week then to put a episode with Quad and Toya reviewing a episode...#Married2MedLA," another expressed. 

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"I’m streaming it but I’m not understanding the purpose of this I know bravo is saving what shows they have for summer and fall but this ain’t it," a viewer wondered. 

The frustration is understandable because 'Married to Medicine: Los Angeles' left fans with a lot to discuss, especially Britten Cole and Mack Major's marriage, which seems to be hitting rock bottom at the moment. Mack has admitted to being felt left out because for Britten the kids take precedence over all else. And she seems to be oddly okay that her husband sleeps in a different room for the two nights that he is home. 

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Catch Episode 6 of 'Married to Medicine: Los Angeles' on Bravo on Sunday, June 14.

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