‘Singles Ladies’ renewed for season 2


    Stacey Dash and LisaRaye McCoy will be heading back to Atlanta for a new season of "Single Ladies."

    Viewers liked it, so the network put a ring on it. VH1 announced today that the series, which is averaging 2.8 million viewers an episode, has been renewed for another round.

    The first season hasn’t finished yet, but this is great news for those who just can’t get enough of Val, Keisha and April—and their oh-so-dramatic love lives!

    “Our viewers have fallen for ‘Single Ladies’ and its honest, modern take on love, female friendship and dating,” said VH1 Executive Vice President of Original Programming & Production Jeff Olde. "We’re extremely pleased to give the audience another great season of the series they love.”

    Show creator Queen Latifah and her production company Flavor Unit are also thrilled that her show has been picked up for another season.

    “My partner Shakim [Compere] and I are so excited that ‘Single Ladies’ has been received so well," Latifah said. "We knew from the beginning this show was going to appeal to people everywhere; it’s funny, sexy and smart. We are so happy that we were able to join with VH1 to find such a great home for this incredible show.”

    The show’s stars, including Charity Shea who plays April, have yet to comment on the news, but they’re likely celebrating another few months of gainful employment!

    VH1 viewers shouldn’t get so excited about the renewal that they forget a new episode of "Single Ladies" is set to air tonight at 9 p.m. But if you missed last week’s episode, you can check it out below and get all caught up.




    And see what you can expect from tonight’s episode when you check out this sneak peek! All we’re going to say is that we hope Keisha didn’t laugh her old boy toy out of Val’s store.




    — Sonya Eskridge




    Here’s more:
    Review: ‘Single Ladies’
    Stacey Dash talks single life
    How long are you waiting for a ring?
    Stacey Dash snaps on ‘Single Ladies’ set


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