Love & Marriage: Huntsville is returning to OWN for a third season with more drama, business dealings, and of course a spotlight on the ups and downs of marriage with its cast members.
In a press release Tuesday, the network announced the unscripted series will kick off a new season in July.
Returning cast members Melody and Martell Holt will be navigating their fresh divorce as well as their new co-parenting situation and continuing to run their businesses.
Latisha and Marsau Scott are continuing on with thee success of Huntsville’s Blaque Cigar Lounge and working on expanding their lounge concept into Houston.
Tisha is working on keeping the spark alive in her marriage while Kimmi and Maurice Scott juggle raising Maurice’s son who is entering high school. Kimmi’s son Jaylin is trying to make his way as a general manager at Blaque Cigar Lounge.
A new entrepreneurial couple will also be introduced this season — Tiffany and Louis Whitlow.
The series averaged 689,000 total viewers last season (up 15 percent over its previous cycle). In 2021 to date, the show is Saturday night’s #1 original series across broadcast and cable with African-American women ages 25-54 and women 18-49.
Love & Marriage: Huntsville is produced by Kingdom Reign Entertainment and ITV America with Carlos King, Bernie Schaeffer, Angela Dugan, Brent Nisbett and Andrew Hoagland serving as executive producers. King is also the executive producer of OWN’s unscripted series Belle Collective.
Love & Marriage: Huntsville returns Saturday, July 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.