VH1's 'Single Ladies' Season 3 Premiere Grows 51 Percent from Season 2 Debut

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January 7th, 2014

Single Ladies Season 2 cast

via press release:

  • 2.6 Million People Tuned in for the Season 3 Premiere of  VH1 "Single Ladies" on Monday night!
  • The Season 3 Premiere of VH1 "Single Ladies"  scored a 1.74  up +51% from Season 2 debut
  • The Season 3 --9PM premiere of VH1 "Single Ladies" and  the 11PM repeat scored 3.5 million total viewers!
  • VH1 was the #1 non-sports cable network in prime among Adults 18-49, Women 18-49 and Women 18-34 on Monday night
  • VH1 and Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment are kicking off the New Year with the third season premiere of hit scripted series "Single Ladies.” VH1’s first hour-long scripted series returns with fan favorites LisaRaye McCoy (Keisha), Denise Vasi (Raquel), Charity Shea (April), D.B. Woodside (Malcolm), Travis Winfrey (Omar), Terrell Tilford (Sean), Harold “House” Moore (Terrence) and introducing new supporting cast members LeToya Luckett (Felicia Price), Damien Dante Wayans (David Berenger) and Lesley-Ann Brandt (Naomi Cox).  “Single Ladies” airs on Mondays at 9PM ET/PT on VH1.  

    As Season 3 of “Single Ladies” returns, we find our three fabulous friends tighter than ever and ready for more crazy and wild adventures. Thepremiere jumps three months ahead with a lavish wedding, leading to a new romance and new personal challenges for Raquel (Denise Vasi), April (Charity Shea), Keisha (LisaRaye McCoy) and Omar (Travis Winfrey). Raquel turns her focus to her boutique, Indulgence, and soon finds passion in an unexpected partnership. April lands the opportunity of a lifetime working for one of Atlanta’s most powerful music managers, Felicia Price (LeToya Luckett), who rules her company and the music world with an iron stiletto. While navigating Price Management, April gets embroiled into an ongoing rivalry with her newcolleague David Berenger (Damien Dante Wayans). As Keisha and Malcolm (D.B.Woodside) return to Atlanta from travelling around the world, their relationship is threatened by a sudden tragedy, a mysterious woman, Naomi Cox, (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and other unexpected secrets.




    "Single Ladies" is a romantic comedy series about Keisha, Raquel and April - best friends with different philosophies on love, sex and relationships, proving not all women have the same desires. Set in the world of Atlanta fashion, music and celebrity, “Single Ladies” asks the question: What do women really want?

  • Llisa

    Not only is the acting HORRIBLE but the show itself is a simplistic travesty of black tv. I can’t stand it! Predictable nonsense!! The ONLY good actor on the show is the actor who plays Malcolm and the gut who works in the store! He has talent, the other are like amateur actors that are reading as Go go along! It’s hirtie and we only watched the 1st and nd season because we black people were DESPERATE for some black tv since girlfriends went off. The Game is good tv. And now!!! Thank God we have MARY JANE And haves and have nots!!! Shows like single ladies remind md of the simplistic scripted writing of Tyler perry shows and to me, it’s insulting to black people! We can’t get a joke unless its pointed our blatantly?? Come on. I wish Spike Lee made a comeback. It’s sad that my kids cannot grow watching that kind of stuff. I’m hurt for all of us. Kelsey grammer, where are you?? We need you to produce done good black shows!!!!hes white and yet he doesn’t insult is with the scripted, predictable hackneyed drama! Come on Kelsey!!! Do another black show!!!

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