Love & Marriage: Huntsville Season 4: Release Date, Cast And New Details

Similar to other shows on Oprah Winfrey's network, OWN, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" centers around a group of powerful Black people making quite a splash in their hometown. Specifically, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" is about three high-powered Black couples, Martell and Melody Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Scott, who run real estate venture The Comeback Group in Huntsville, Alabama. Viewers watch as these longtime friends deal with loss, love, conflict, and success in the up-and-coming Alabama city, per

As the show's creator, Carlos King, told in 2019, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" is special in that captures the couples' efforts to revitalize the city of Huntsville. "The beauty of this is to show there are very smart and selfless people in the city of Huntsville who are giving back to the community," King told "Who are building homes so the less fortunate can afford a nice home to reside in. And they did this before we started filming. I think that's a lot of what resonated to the audience who got curious about this show, especially the fact that it is on the OWN network. I think all those elements played into the success of the series."

Read ahead to discover more about the fourth season of the show.

When will the fourth season of Love & Marriage: Huntsville premiere on OWN?

OWN has yet to announce if and when a fourth season of "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" will premiere. However, given the fact that the third season of the show premiered in July, it's likely that fans will have to wait a few months or even a year to hear about the fate of their favorite television show. According to a press release published on The Futon Critic, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" ranked first in its time period across all cable channels.

The show's creator, Carlos King, hopes to expand the impact of "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" to echo the impact of iconic reality television shows like "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." "I would love to have it go on for many, many years like 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians,'" King told "I want to have the same amount of episodes they have, because this cast, I feel is super relatable to the audience. We're very thankful to the fact we have amassed a fanbase and a loyal audience ... I would love to continue doing this."

In the meantime, viewers can catch episodes of the show on OWN and the streaming platform fuboTV.

Who will be appearing in the fourth season of the show?

The cast of the fourth season of "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" has yet to be announced, though it might be fairly safe to assume that the three couples who have been paramount in the series will return. As previously mentioned, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" features three couples behind the real estate venture The Comeback Group, Martell and Melody Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott, and Maurice and Kimmi Scott, according to Meaww.

Martell and Melody, who were both teachers before founding Holt & Holt Entrepreneurship LLC, got a divorce in 2020 after Melody discovered that Martell had been cheating on her with mistress Arione Curry. Marsau, a general contractor and co-owner of Scholt Industries Inc., has been married to his wife, LaTisha, for 12 years. LaTisha has often been praised for effortlessly juggling motherhood and a demanding full-time job as the owner of Infinity Properties. Maurice is Marsau's brother and a lawyer and owner of Credit 1 USA. He got married to Kimmi, a nurse, during the first season of the show, per Meaww.

Here's what you should know about Martell and Melody Holt's divorce

Back in March, "Love & Marriage: Huntsville" couple Martell and Melody Holt got a divorce, citing "incompatibility of temperament," according to court papers obtained by Bossip. Melody accused Martell of cheating on her throughout their marriage with Arione Curry. In fact, according to Showbiz CheatSheet, Curry admitted to Tasha K that she had been pregnant with Martell's child twice. Though she decided to get an abortion the first time, she is keeping the baby now that Martell is divorced.

Martell has also accused Melody of being unfaithful and getting abortions during their marriage (and believes that these actions are tied to each other). "You went through this ... I think twice. Why would you go through this if I'm your husband, if it's mine why would you get an abortion?" Martell asked "Married to Medicine" star Heavenly Kimes in an interview, per Showbiz CheatSheet. While Melody denies having an affair during their marriage, she did admit to Dr. Kimes in her own interview to getting an abortion just one day prior to filing for divorce as she did not want to bring a child into the world at that stage in her life.

Now, Martell and Melody are divorced and have divided the custody of their four children and business assets.