OWN Series ‘All the Single Ladies’ to Explore Black Women and Modern Dating

All the Single Ladies (Credit: OWN)

OWN is bringing a new unscripted series to television on modern dating and Black women titled All The Single Ladies.

Launching in January on OWN and Discovery+, the series offers “a provocative view of intimacy” from the perspective of African-American women from all walks of life, the cable network said in a recent press release.

Each episode features four Black women of various ages sitting down to discuss hot topics, with the common goal of finding love.

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Among the issues the women address are side chicks, cheating, interracial dating, bad boys, and when to let your partner know you’re rocking a weave or wig.

The series is produced by 44 Blue Productions and Black Bar Mitzvah. Executive producers include Stephanie Noonan Drachkovitch, David Hale, Adriane Hopper Williams, Paula Bryant-Ellis, Shukree Tilghman, Jay Ellis and Aaron Bergman.

All the Single Ladies premieres Friday, Jan. 6 at 9pm ET/PT, with new episodes debuting every Friday night concurrently on both OWN and Discovery+.

Watch the trailer below.

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