OWN TV Orders More Episodes Of ‘Black Love’ Docu-Series

Black Love

OWN TV has ordered more episodes of its new docu-series  ‘Black Love’ after record premiere ratings.

Black LoveThe network made the  announcement  today. The exact number of additional episodes for the current four-episode series is still being finalized, according to a network spokesperson.

The Tuesday premiere episode drew 1.2 million total viewers, making it OWN’s most-watched unscripted series debut in network history and its highest-rated unscripted series debut in more than four years in the demo.

Black Love, from filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver  and Confluential Films, highlights love stories from the black community and seeks to answer the burning question, “What does it take to make a marriage work?

The premiere episode on OWN featured Tia Mowry and husband Cory Hardrict, Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon, Warryn and Erica Campbell, DeVon Franklin and actress wife Meagan Good.

The new episodes for 2018 will feature Emmy-nominated actor Sterling K. Brown and wife Ryan Michelle Bathe, Tina Knowles-Lawson and husband Richard Lawson, among others.



  1. […] The series will chronicle their hectic lives as they navigate the waters of raising kids, their HollyRod charity and spending time with Holly’s 80-year-old mother Dolores, who moved in with them after retiring from her career as a talent manager. Their daughter Ryan is away at college at New York University while their son with autism RJ, who works for the Los Angeles Dodgers, decides he’s also ready to leave the family nest. On top of that, Holly’s mother Dolores announces she’s ready to move out as well — all of which will mark a period of change for the Peetes. […]

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