Love & Marriage: Huntsville is back for Season 4 with the same group of stars and the season picks up where the explosive reunion left off. Monique Samuels, formerly of The Real Housewives of Potomac, is officially making her reality TV comeback in the OWN spinoff set in the DMV, titled Love & Marriage: DC. here’s what to expect from both shows set to debut this Spring. 

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What to expect in Season 4 of ‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’

OWN’s most popular show is coming back with new episodes beginning Mar 19 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The cast remains unchanged with Melody Holt and Martell Holt, Kimmi and Maurice Scott, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, Destiny Payton-Williams, and Tiffany and Louis Whitlow. 

Melody fights hard to keep her distance from her ex-husband Martell following the jaw dropping Season 3 reunion special where she learned just how intertwined his longtime mistress has in their mutual friend group. Unfortunately, the “Tale Tell Signs” singer is dealing with issues in her once close friendship with Payton-Williams.

Martell is working to get back on his feet financially via different ventures. Last season, he admitted to struggling since his divorce from Melody and welcoming a fifth child with his longtime mistress. He finally publicly claimed his fifth child in honor of the child’s 1st birthday.

Marsau and LaTisha’s business life is booming with Blaque Cigar Lounge but after LaTisha’s cousin befriends Melody, things throw a wrench in her world. Melody and LaTisha remain estranged.

Kimmi and Maurice finally take their overdue honeymoon but it’s short lived when Kimmie demands answers regarding that Atlanta boy’s trip that Martell’s mistress allegedly attended. Tiffany and Louis struggle to find their place in the circle of friends.


Monique Samuels to lead ‘Love & Marriage: D.C.’

After weeks of rumblings, OWN officially confirmed that the Bravo alum will lead the spinoff series. The Chocolate City, Washington, D.C., for “Love & Marriage: D.C.” Monique’s business life is booming but her retired NFL hubby is still searching for his passion post-sports. 


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Per the official announcement, “radio personality and self-proclaimed “Party Kingpin” DJ QuickSilva is the hardest working DJ in the D.M.V. area, and his wife Ashley is stepping into her own spotlight as a fashion designer, podcast host, and author. Erana and Jamie Tyler are enjoying their notoriety as D.C.‘s hottest socialite couple, but after 26 years of marriage, they are seeking the secret sauce to keep their lasting union sizzling while juggling the ever-changing needs of their children”

The show is set to premiere in spring 2022 following the conclusion of Huntsville.

Watch a teaser for both shows below: