Last week, rumors of Love & Hip Hop Miami canceled raised plenty of eyebrows among the show’s viewers. Though LHHMiami has had the lowest ratings of all four franchises, it’s also the youngest, and has suffered from VH1’s time slot shuffle. But we’ve since learned that the rumors can be put to bed: the show will be back! Read on for the details!
Category: Reality TV
Princess Love shocked Love & Hip Hop Hollywood fans by claiming out of nowhere that she’s done with the show. Naturally, this begs the question: is she for real? Or is there just a much simpler explanation behind Princess’ bold declaration? As devotées of the show will recall, getting out of a reality TV contract isn’t as easy as you might think…
The newest Love & Hip Hop franchise is also the one that’s struggled the most in the ratings — but is Love & Hip Hop Miami coming back, or has it really been canceled? According to a new report, VH1 is ready to pull the plug, but we’ve got some conflicting information. Read on for the details.
LHHH Season 6 is gearing up for its midsummer premiere, and plenty of gossip about the new cast & upcoming storylines is starting to leak out. Come on in here and sip on this good tea, including the latest on A1 & Lyrica’s huge fight with a newbie, K. Michelle’s surrogacy drama, and the biggest familiar faces you won’t be seeing again.
It looks like we were right about a nasty feud between Basketball Wives Season 8 cast members! There’s new tea on the skating rink fight that landed Jackie Christie in the hospital last month — allegedly, it was between Jackie Christie and Malaysia Pargo, and things got ugly when Jackie may have had a few things to say about Malaysia’s parenting and lifestyle decisions. Keep reading for the details…
We’ve finally got confirmation on the Basketball Wives Season 8 premiere date — and it was worth the wait, because we’ve got all the tea on the complete cast as well! It turns out that we were right about the cast with our first update months ago, and that the show will be back a little later than we expected. Read on for the details!
We’re just days away from their fourth My 600 Lb Life episode, and Steven and Justin Assanti have both been hard at work driving up expectations. In the latest Assanti Brothers update, Justin shared some secrets about how the show gets made, and leveled some pretty serious accusations against Megalomedia, My 600 Lb Life‘s production company. He quickly deleted his original post, but we’ve been able to recover and reproduce it.
It looks like another Black Ink Crew spinoff is coming — and we might be getting it a whole lot sooner than you’d expect. According to several new reports, Black Ink Compton has already begun filming, and may be on the fast track for a full season order. Read on for the tea on what would be the third show in the Black Ink franchise.