Married To Medicine Season 9 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

"Married to Medicine" premiered on Bravo back in 2013, and it details the lives of women in Atlanta, Georgia, who either are doctors or are married to doctors. The reality series has even led to two spin-off shows: "Married to Medicine: Houston," which started in 2016, as stated by Deadline, and "Married to Medicine: Los Angeles," which began in 2019 (via Bravo TV).

The eighth season of "M2M," running from March 7 to June 20, 2021, with a three-part reunion following, focused on the cast dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Bravo's website. What will happen next? When will the ninth season premiere? Who will be featured, and which stars are being demoted to friends or are not returning at all? What new details, if any, have been released about this series? Will there even be a Season 9?

When can fans expect a new season?

So far, there has been no news on a release date. Some may fear that this means the show is not returning, as viewership has declined in recent years. The Cinemaholic reported that Season 8's first episode had the smallest audience this show's ever seen during a season premiere. The website went on to say that dwindling numbers could be due to the decrease in screen time of fan favorites Quad Webb and Mariah Huq.

Usually, "Married to Medicine" starts up in the fall, but last season seemed to be delayed because of the pandemic. If a new season gets a green light soon, though, there is still a chance that Season 9 could even premiere later this year. However, with all the pauses that have come about because of the coronavirus and with all the drama that takes place on and behind the scenes of Bravo's reality shows, we can't be sure.

Who will be featured in Season 9?

The first season of "Married to Medicine" starred Quad Webb-Lunceford, Toya Bush-Harris, Jacqueline Walters, Kari Wells, Simone Whitmore, and Mariah Huq, who created the series, as stated by The Futon Critic. Lisa Nicole Cloud and Heavenly Kimes became part of the show in Season 2, while Wells left after the first season, becoming a guest then recurring member (via tvbythenumbers). Contessa Metcalfe joined in Season 5, and Anila Sajja was the new star last season (via Bravo TV).

The Cinemaholic predicts that Bush-Harris, Walters, Whitmore, Kimes, Metcalfe, and Sajja will be featured in the new season. Of course, there is always the possibility of a new wild card or two being thrown in or an entire cast shakeup. And Huq probably won't be seen as she wasn't invited back to the series. In April 2020, she posted on Instagram, asking fans if they had seen her contract.

Furthermore, those who have been scared about the series not returning and who are wondering who will return may have just received a slipped secret from Kimes.

What new details are there on Married to Medicine?

On her YouTube channel, Heavenly KimesĀ said, "Yes. I'm going to go ahead and tell you ... I don't know if I'm supposed to say nothing, but y'all know Quad's gonna be a main character!" Besides this possible cast-related tea, there has notĀ been an official statement released about the show, nor any other details about what to expect and when.

In the meantime, these Bravo stars have been keeping busy and been keeping fans entertained. From Kimes' body transformation (via Instagram) and Bush-Harris and Whitmore's girls night (via Instagram) to Webb's new family member (a dog named Joy, according to Instagram), these women have still been making headlines and waves, even while the cameras are down.

Hopefully, there will be news on the ninth season of "Married to Medicine" soon and further details to share on this popular Bravo series!