Reality stars Tamar Braxton, Evelyn Lozada, and Nivea is all on the hunt for happily ever after in the upcoming Peacock reality series Queens Court.
On February 13th, a trailer for the show was published, in which hosts Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete introduce the leads to their pool of 21 potential partners. The media has provided extensive coverage of all three celebrities’ previous romances.
All of us women have had very public relationships as individuals, Lozada says in the video. When asked to elaborate, Braxton said, “It’s incredibly hard for me to let my guard down, but it’s kind of time to take the bricks down.”
Queens Court Release Date
Queens Court, Peacock’s newest unscripted series, is an innovative dating structure. The premiere of the new series was set for March 16 according to Deadline.
The episodes won’t be released monthly, but rather all at once, in what is known as a “binge drop.”
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Queens Court’s logline warns that “love and happiness aren’t always a guarantee,” adding that “finding a partner who can handle her success, celebrity, and riches can make matters even more hard” for many women in the public glare.
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In QUEENS COURT, starring Tamar Braxton, Evelyn Lozada, and Nivea, “super producer” Will Packer “brings together three prominent, unmarried ladies for an enormous new dating series.”
Queens Court Cast Members: Who Are in It?
Take a look at the Queen’s Court cast members below:
- Tamar Braxton
- Holly Robinson Pete
- Evelyn Lozada
- Rodney Pete
It’s not like Braxton and Lozada have never been on reality TV before. Both are well-known in their respective fields; the former starred in Braxton Family Values for seven seasons and the latter co-starred with Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson in Basketball Wives.
Singer Nivea has been engaged to Lil Wayne twice before, in 2003 and 2010. She was married to The Dream from 2004 until 2008.
Queens Court Plotline: What Can We Expect From It?
Love and happiness aren’t always guaranteed, and it can be especially difficult for women in the public spotlight to find a partner who can deal with the challenges posed by their success, popularity, and wealth.
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For his new dating show QUEENS COURT, super producer Will Packer casts Tamar Braxton, Evelyn Lozada, and Nivea, all of whom are renowned and unmarried.
|Release Date||March 16, 2023|
|Hosts||TS Madison, Khia|
|Production Company||World of Wonder Productions|
|Number of Episodes||8|
|Running Time||Approximately 20-25 minutes per episode|
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Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete, a Hollywood power couple, host the 10-episode series and help the Queens through the ups and downs of dating 21 confident and successful potential suitors as the Queens form a sisterhood to support each other in their search for a King appropriate for a Queen.
Queens Court Trailer Details
The women chat about their past experiences with dating and the necessity to let their walls down. Brief moments of participants’ open, honest exchanges with one another are included in the broadcast.
Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete, a power couple in Hollywood, host the 10-part series and help the Queens through the highs and lows of dating 21 confident and successful potential suitors while the Queens form a sisterhood to support each other in their search for “a King suited for a Queen.”
I think it’s a great idea for a show, and the casting looks great, at least in the trailer. The popularity of dating shows on television has led to an increase in the number of these shows air. People enjoy watching couples navigate the ups and downs of falling in love. For more details visit our website Jerseyshorevibe.com
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