VH1 Bringing Back 'Love & Hip Hop' For A Second Season
VH1 Orders Second Season Of Love & Hip-Hop, Series Named One Of VH1's Most Watched Shows
Music network turned reality show haven, VH1, has announced that they have ordered a second season of the hit reality show, Love & Hip Hop.
According to VH1 the raunchy reality show featuring women somehow associated with hip hop drew nearly 1 million viewers per episode, with the reunion special being seen in 1.3 million homes.
Those numbers were enough for VH1 to request another 10 one-hour episodes.
As in the first season, Jim Jones' longtime girlfriend Chrissy Lampkin, singer Olivia Logott, Fabolous' baby's mother Emily Bustamante and aspiring rapper Somaya Reece will reportedly appear in season two.
Swizz Beatz ex-wife Mashonda has previously announced she will not return to the show.
"Our viewers have connected passionately with these women and their unique, authentic stories in the realms of pop culture and music," said Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President of Original Programming & Production, VH1.
"We're very happy to be able continue those storylines."
The second season is scheduled to premier this Fall.