Executive producer, Carlos King has been giving us what we need from reality TV for years, including Love & Marriage Hunstville (Alabama). In “Love & Marriage: Huntsville,” three successful African-American couples unite to help Huntsville, Alabama grow in beauty and repute. . The couples on Love & Marriage: Huntsville
are longtime associates and socialites with plenty in common. Here is our list of 5 reasons why you should watch Love & Marriage: Huntsville:
5. HBCU Graduates
Marsau and LaTisha Scott are graduates of Alabama A & M University
. The Scotts are a wealthy and attractive family given almost completely to black excellence. LaTisha has two master’s degrees and does real estate with her husband like the rest of the cast. The newly single Melody and Martell Holt also graduated from the same academic institution which makes for a positive representation of African American households.
4. Black Greeks.
3. Black Excellence
The Scotts are a beaming beacon of success when it comes to entrepreneurial enterprises. Not only have they successfully tried their hand at real estate like the rest of the “come back group
” but they have also established a Cigar Lounge
and chocolate-infused champagne
that is sold in more than 50 countries globally. Melody, a mother of four, is one of the producers of this show. The recently divorced woman who decided to hold onto her last name has become a pop star before our eyes with the hit single “tale-tell signs
” an R & B song that details the hardships of infidelity in her marriage. These are a group of African Americans who have done extremely well for themselves.
2. Miss Wanda
Coming in second on our list of 5 reasons why you should watch Love & Marriage: Hunstville is little old Miss Wanda. If there ever was a character we love to hate it is the mother of LaTisha Scott, Miss Wanda. Miss Wanda is short, round, and messy to boot. The ever so stylish grandmother boasts of having a husband and a boyfriend but this is a form of duplicity she only allows for herself. She definitely gets the storylines going and keeps the drama flowing. Miss Wanda was made for television.
1. The drama
As far as reality TV is concerned, Love & Marriage: Hunstville is giving everything it’s supposed to. The audience laughs at authentically humorous individuals and cries at authentically painful situations. The cheating, the lying, the “outside” babies, trifling advice, rumors, etc. It’s all there wrapped up in one big Alabama package.