Love & Marriage Huntsville Season 4 like other shows on Oprah Winfrey’s network, OWN, revolves around a group of powerful Black people making a name for themselves in their hometown. Love & Marriage Huntsville is about three high-powered Black couples in Huntsville, Alabama: Martell and Melody Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Scott, who run real estate venture The Comeback Group. According to AL.com, viewers watch as these longtime friends deal with loss, love, conflict, and success in the up-and-coming Alabama city.
According to the show’s creator, Carlos King, in 2019, Love & Marriage: Huntsville is unique in that it depicts the couples’ efforts to revitalise the city of Huntsville. “The beauty of this is that it demonstrates that there are very smart and selfless people in Huntsville who are giving back to the community,” King told AL.com. “Who is building homes so that the less fortunate can afford to live in a nice home? They did this even before we began filming. That, I believe, is a large part of what piqued the audience’s interest in this show, especially given its placement on the OWN network. All of those factors, I believe, contributed to the series’ success.”
Continue reading to learn more about the show’s fourth season.
When Will Love & Marriage: Huntsville’s Fourth Season Premiere on Own?
OWN has yet to confirm whether or not a fourth season of “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” will air. However, given that the third season of the show premiered in last July, fans are likely to have to wait a few months, if not a year, to learn the fate of their favourite television show.
According to a press release published on The Futon Critic, “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” ranked first across all cable channels during its time period.
Carlos King, the show’s creator, hopes that Love & Marriage: Huntsville will have the same impact as iconic reality television shows like “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” “I’d love for it to run for many, many years like ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians,'” King told AL.com.
“I want to have the same number of episodes as they do because this cast is extremely relatable to the audience. We’re grateful for the fact that we’ve amassed a fanbase and a loyal audience… I would like to keep doing this.”
In the meantime, episodes of the show can be found on OWN and the streaming service fuboTV.
Who Will Be Appearing in the Show’s Fourth Season?
The cast of “Love & Marriage: Huntsville’s” fourth season has yet to be announced, but it’s safe to assume that the three main couples from the series will return.
According to Meaww, “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” stars three couples from the real estate venture The Comeback Group: Martell and Melody Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Scott.
Martell and Melody, who were both teachers prior to establishing Holt & Holt Entrepreneurship LLC, divorced in 2020 after Melody discovered Martell had been cheating on her with mistress Arione Curry.
Marsau has been married to his wife, LaTisha, for 12 years. He is a general contractor and co-owner of Scholt Industries Inc. LaTisha has been praised for her ability to balance motherhood and her demanding full-time job as the owner of Infinity Properties.
Marsau’s brother, Maurice, is a lawyer and the owner of Credit 1 USA. According to Meaww, he married Kimmi, a nurse, during the first season of the show.
Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Martell and Melody Holt’s Divorce.
According to court documents obtained by Bossip, “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” couple Martell and Melody Holt divorced in March, citing “incompatibility of temperament.” Melody accused Martell of cheating on her with Arione Curry throughout their marriage.
According to Showbiz CheatSheet, Curry revealed to Tasha K that she was pregnant with Martell’s child twice. Despite her decision to have an abortion the first time, she has decided to keep the baby now that Martell is divorced.
Martell has also accused Melody of cheating on him and having abortions during their marriage (and believes that these actions are tied to each other).
“You went through this… twice, I believe. Why would you go through this if I’m your husband, and why would you have an abortion if I’m your husband?” According to Showbiz CheatSheet, Martell asked “Married to Medicine” star Heavenly Kimes in an interview.
While Melody denies having an affair during their marriage, she did admit to Dr. Kimes in her own interview that she had an abortion just one day before filing for divorce because she did not want to have a child at that point in her life.
Martell and Melody are now divorced, and they have divided custody of their four children as well as their business assets.