VH1 Moving ‘Basketball Wives’ to New Day and Time

Basketball Wives Cast (Credit: VH1)

Basketball Wives is on the move.

The VH1 reality series is changing time slots, and new episodes will no longer air on Monday nights.

Shaunie O’Neal, who serves as an executive producer on the series, took to Twitter on July 30, to announce the show would be moving.

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“NEW NIGHT ALERT!!!! @BasketballWives is moving to Sundays at 10/9c on @VH1 #Basketballwives,” she tweeted.

VH1 confirmed the move to Urban Hollywood 411, and said a new episode of Basketball Wives will air on Sunday, Aug. 5, at 10PM ET/PT, followed by an encore episode every Monday night at 9PM ET/PT.

This season has been full of emotional highs and lows, with Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams starting a rumor that newcomer CeCe Gutierrez  offers more than skincare treatments at her medical spa.

Tami Roman accused Jennifer of spreading a rumor that Evelyn slept with one of Shaunie’s exes. Evelyn denied it, but Shaunie was furious about the entire situation.

Monday night’s episode took on a more serious tone, with Evelyn visiting relatives in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, and Malaysia Pargo revealing she’s terrified of police officers following the death of her brother.

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Malaysia said her brother was pulled over by an officer, who thought he was reaching for a gun and shot him in the head.

The death left her traumatized, and struggling with how to have the police brutality talk with her sons.

Jackie Christie encouraged Malaysia to go to counseling, or sign up for an outreach program that would allow her to get to know a police officer.