Love & Marriage: Huntsville Season 4 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

Oprah Winfrey's network, OWN, is enjoying the success of its popular series "Love & Marriage: Huntsville." The reality show is clearly a success, considering it is currently in the middle of its third season.

"Love & Marriage: Huntsville" is the brainchild of executive producer Carlos King, who has also produced series like "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," and "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," per IMDb. The series documents the lives of three power couples as they "revitalize the thriving city of Huntsville, Alabama through their joint real estate venture, The Comeback Group," according to the show's official description.

"It was an opportunity to show three successful African-American couples who live in a part of town a lot of people haven't seen," King told in 2019. "And what I love about this show is Huntsville is a character onto itself." King is also excited to show how the couples are giving back to the community. "There are very smart and selfless people in the city of Huntsville ... who are building homes so the less fortunate can afford a nice home to reside in."

Fans love the show so much, there's already talk of a Season 4. Here's what we know.

When is the release date for 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville' Season 4?

The brand-new Season 3 of "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" began airing this summer, with its season premiere, "Sisters-in-Brawl," debuting on July 17. It has so far aired 12 episodes, with the upcoming October 16 ep possibly being the season finale. But that's not definite: according to NextSeasonTV, OWN had announced "18 new hours of Season 4 of 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville.'" So perhaps there could be additional episodes to go!

Since Season 3 of the series is still airing, there has not been any news yet about a potential Season 4. Though, given the ratings and buzz so far, it seems likely that a fourth season would be, uh, forthcoming (see what we did there?). Executive producer Carlos King certainly hopes so. In an interview with, King admitted he sees the show giving "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" a run for its money. "I want to have the same amount of episodes they have, because this cast, I feel is super relatable to the audience," he said. In addition to their loyal fanbase, he also loves the show. "Of all the shows I've done this is absolutely in my top three of my favorites."

Who will be the cast on 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville' Season 4?

"Love & Marriage: Huntsville" follows three couples working together on a real estate project in North Huntsville, Alabama, doing what they can to give back to the community while they navigate love, friendship, and business. The three couples have been friends for years, before filming began on the show, and their chemistry and love for each other is evident, even among the reality show drama.

The unscripted series stars Melody and Martell Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Scott. Maurice and Marsau are brothers, and the couples have been friends since their school days at Alabama A&M, per Besides their shared history and business savvy, they have sass and charisma and personality for miles. All the makings of exciting reality TV.

The idea for the series started when Melody and Martell Holt pitched producer Carlos King about their work developing homes in Huntsville, in around 2014. "I jumped at the chance just out of curiosity of the city," King told "But also, just seeing how magnificent Martell and Melody were as people. And once they introduced me to the other two couples, which are the Scotts, I knew we had something very special on our hands." King's production company Kingdom Reign Entertainment produces the show with ITV America, and it seems likely that an eventual Season 4 would follow the same couples, with perhaps a few extra guests.

Before Season 4, there's divorce, co-parenting, and a new couple on 'Love & Marriage: Huntsville' Season 3

The third season of "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" is well underway, steaming ahead toward its eventual season finale. It's exploring a different vibe this season, however, for several reasons. For one, there is a lot of drama surrounding the couples' children, per Talking with Tami.

First, there is the drama in their children's own lives — Maurice Scott's son is starting high school, while Maurice's stepson (Kimmi's son), is attempting to manage Latisha and Marsau Scott's bar. Melody and Martell Holt's divorce has been finalized, but they have a whole co-parenting situation of their own as they raise their four children. Plus, there are several more additions to the cast, like Destiny Payton-Williams, who is returning to the series, and Tiffany and Louis Whitlow, as introduced by Melody.

And fans are eating it up. OWN, too, is happy to provide. When the network announced the current season, per NextSeasonTV, it was celebrating its successful Saturday night block of unscripted programming, led by "Love & Marriage: Huntsville." "When we expanded our original unscripted programming block to Friday and Saturday nights last fall, viewers showed up in a big way,'" said OWN president Tina Perry. "In response to that success, we are giving our audience more of the shows they love."