'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition': 5 things to know about the reality show
'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition' is a popular reality series, that features the cast from all four Love & Hip Hop cities; New York, Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami. The hit series premiered on February 8, 2021, on the famous streaming service, VH1, as a combined spin-off of all 4 of 'Love & Hip Hop' franchises.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, production for the 'Love & Hip Hop' franchise was put on pause during the beginning of 2020, which eventually forced the series to stop airing for the first time in a span of six years. VH1 announced 'Love & Hip Hop: It's a Love Thing', in December of last year. The series would feature various 'Love & Hip Hop' couples. To follow suit would be 'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition'; a spin-off show that'd showcase cast members from all four cities of New York, Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami.
When does 'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition' release and where can you watch it?
Season 2 of 'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition' premieres on December 13, 2021, and can be watched on VH1.
What is 'VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition' all about?
The official synopsis reads, "Love & Hip Hop cast members from New York, Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami gather to celebrate Black joy and discuss important social issues -- and of course, turn up".
Who stars in the VH1 reality series?
Ray Norwood Jr (or Ray J) was born and raised in Mississippi, USA. Ray is both an actor and producer, well known for his work on 'Mars Attacks!', 'Set It Off', and 'Black Sash'. His debut album was titled, 'Everything You Want'.
Between the years 1999-2001, Ray played the role of Dorian D Money on Brandy's TV show, 'Moesha'. In January of 2017, he competed in Season 19 of the UK reality TV series, 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
Ray is also known to be the younger brother of actress Brandy Norwood, and what's more, he's also the first cousin of rapper, Snoop Dogg. He used to be married to Princess Love, with whom he has two children; Melody Norwood and son, Epik Ray Norwood.
The rest of the cast includes Karlie Redd, Apryl Jones, Trina, Adiz Benson, Momma Dee, Yandy Smith-Harris, Lil' Fizz, Sierra Gates, Lil Scrappy, Trick Daddy, Yung Joc, Paris Phillips, Mendeecees Harris, Joy Young, Jayden Young, Jasmine Ellis, and Judy Harris.
The reality series is directed by Sitarah Pendelton and produced by Kayra Clouden and Jonathan Espinoza.