How Many Seasons Of #BlackLove Is There: 1 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on December 8, 2015
Finale: February 9, 2016
fyi,, 10 episodes
#BlackLove is on fyi, (United States) Tuesdays at 10 pm
Season 1 Episode 10 (Sealing the Deal) - Air Date: Feb 09, 2016 (4 years ago)
#BlackLove: See The Stunning Custom Made Gown Remy Ma Renewed Her Vows To Papoose In - BET - per Bet
The 38-year-old "Melanin Magic" rapper is wearing a custom Karen Sabag veil and bridal gown with detachable skirt. We love the Chantilly lace on the dress, which features handmade and hand-sewn pastel butterflies that effortlessly matches her Sophia Webster shoes.
#BlackLove TV Show Cast on FYI: Monet, Cynthia, LA, & Jahmil - Heavy.com - per Heavy
fyi network will die out soon do to heavy beat down of bear markets like social media. fyi is still a company 50% one company 50% the other conpany it may have money of course. success equals money but lack of vision is distruction. thats why they are making khole show to get market share. a lot of people are not into shows that are they same like other shows which is in contrast to blacklove, married at first sight, a cooking show. fyi has no vision or uniqueness in catching the demagrapgic for longevity. fyi should not rebranded there iconic name without focus just to fit into the group of competitors. one thing companies fail at is a good vision and a good reserch development team. if fyi makes it it will be a mircle same with love and hip hop all these boring relationship shows that has no future just a bases if royality for the company. I have to much to say but the companies will continue to be challenged by a big social media pressence money and rebranding isnt always the answer.
#BlackLove's Monet Bell on Why Black Men Don't Want Black Women - HipHollywood.com - via Hiphollywood
I have watched these shows but must have missed that because I don’t remember black men’s dissatisfaction with black women. I do recall a mixed race Guy’s confusion on why he was matched with a black women, but I think they were very happy in the episodes that followed. I just don’t think the programs this season have any emphasis on that topic. I’d like to see more articles on the actual episodes and the people featured on them. The title and article haven’t generated much discussion and probably not much interest. I hope I haven’t offended the writer because I know she will bring us something more of us want to read and discuss. Thanks for letting me share.