Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the sixth and final season of its culture-shifting, four-time NAACP nominated docu-series “Black Love.” Season 6 will premiere on Saturday, July 23, at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. “Black Love” expanded the narrative around love to be inclusive and diverse. The series sparked elevated conversations and showcased some of America’s favorite Black couples for over five years. “Black Love” was the #1 non-sports cable telecast in its period among African-American women.
Husband-and-wife executive producers Codie and Tommy Oliver created “Black Love” to showcase authentic, honest, emotional, and transparent love stories from some of the most beloved couples, including everyday couples, social media influencers, business professionals, and entertainment staples. “Black Love is a much-needed docu-series that has inspired so many viewers to expand how they look at love and relationships. We are thankful for the couples who provided transparency and shared their Black Love with us,” said Tina Perry, OWN President.
- Adrienne “Gammy” Banfield Norris & Rodney Norris
- Remy Ma & Papoose
- Mike Hill & Cynthia Bailey
- DJ Envy & Gia Casey
- Melanie Fiona & Jared Cotter
- Eric Bellinger & La’Myia Good
- JB Smoove & Shahidah Omar
- Sonequa Martin-Green & Kenric Green
- Ashley Blaine Featherson Jenkins & Darroll Jenkins
- Kel & Asia Mitchell
- Alimi & Dahn Ballard
- Jeannette “JR” Reyes & Robert Burton
- Ray & Rosalyn Singleton
- Kier & Noèmie Gaines
- MyLin & Lindsay Stokes Kennedy
- Peter & Amber Saji
- Virgil & Mary Toombs
- Codie & Tommy Oliver (Creators)
“Black Love” explores the many different journeys of married couples and their unique journeys to become one. The Olivers launched the show as newlyweds and throughout each season, they centered “Black Love” in its many facets with a multitude of couples.