‘Queens Court’ to Return for Season 2 With Three New Celebrities

Queens Court season 1. (Credit: Peacock)

Queens Court is getting a second season on Peacock.

The streaming service announced the news on Valentine’s day, saying the reality dating series will follow three new celebrity queens as they search for their kings.

Guided by celebrity couple Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete, the women will be introduced to 22 eligible bachelors.

Rodney Peete says in the trailer, “Our goal is for three couples to walk away in committed a relationship.”

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The first season premiered in March 2023, and featured singers Tamar Braxton and Nivea, along with Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada.

On the season finale, Evelyn accepted a marriage proposal from branding expert and marketing firm co-founder Lavon Lewis. Tamar got engaged to attorney Jeremy “JR” Robinson, and Nivea decided to move forward without a man by her side.

Since the finale, Tamar and Jeremy broke up, then got back together. Evelyn and Lavon called it quits, with their breakup playing out on season 11 of Basketball Wives.

The names of the new queens have not yet been announced, but hopefully they’ll have better luck in the game of love.

Queens Court films in Atlanta and comes from producers Lighthearted Entertainment and Will Packer Entertainment.

Executive producers include Rob Laplante, Jeff Spangler, Will Packer, Richard Brown, Leola Westbrook-Lawrence.

Love Undercover
On Wednesday, Peacock also announced new reality dating show Love Undercover.

The series follows five international soccer stars who come to the U.S. on a “secret quest for true love.”

The athletes pretend to have regular jobs and are introduced to women said to be unaware of the men’s fame overseas.

Executive producers include Alycia Rossiter, Jessica Nahmias, Sonya Wilkes, Michael Krupat, and John Luscombe.

Additional executive producers are Michael Mazzara, Lisa Higgins, Caroline Audcent, and Raquel Loaiza.

Produced by Beyond Media, the 10-episode series is filming in Los Angeles. Love Undercover premieres May 9 on Peacock.

Love Island USA
As the streamer continues its summer of love, Love Island USA returns for a sixth season.

The show follows a group of singles looking for love in an island villa. Throughout their stay, the contestants couple up to face new challenges and temptations, forcing them to decide if they want to remain with their current partners or recouple with someone new.

Executive producers include David George, Adam Sher, Simon Thomas, Ben Thursby-Palmer, Claudine Parrish, James Barker, Blake Garrett, Courtney Rosenthall, Richard Cowles, Mike Spencer, Richard Foster and Chet Fenster.

Produced by ITV Entertainment, the show is based on a format owned by Lifted Entertainment and GroupM Motion Entertainment.

Season 6 of Love Island USA premieres this summer on Peacock.

Watch the trailer for the shows below.