It’s Tea Time with the girls from Married to Medicine Atlanta (because Houston is currently filming) as they return to Bravo TV with more drama than ever. Although 6 woman make the main cast we will see appearances from original Queen Bee, Mariah Huq, and newcomer Jill Connors to this circle (be on the lookout for another young lady named Leigh who caused quite a stir during taping). Now honey, I actually was working for Lisa Nicole Cloud for the majority of her feud with Quad Webb-Lunceford and while I’m not going to spill any tea today, just know it’s a SHIT LOAD of it waiting. I can’t say too much right now because I’d love for the few scenes I filmed in to actually air! Official press release after the beep!
Bravo Media prescribes the perfect blend of sass, class and brass on the third season of “Married to Medicine.” The ladies of Atlanta’s exclusive medical inner circle Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Toya Bush-Harris, Quad Webb-Lunceford and Lisa Nicole Cloud return with more patients, less patience and a few heart palpitations along the way.
This season, the lines between the ladies’ personal and professional lives are blurred. Dr. Jackie’s passion for health leads her to start a fitness program but heartbreak hits home when she must deal with a family member’s illness. Dr. Simone’s practice is booming, but her personal life is about to implode when she dives into her past and figures out the root of her anger issues. Meanwhile, Dr. Heavenly may bite off more than she can chew as an entrepreneur, relationship expert, dentist and mother, but faces a daunting dilemma when her husband pressures her to spend more time at home. Always reaching for the stars, Toya is on a mission to prove that she’s not just a doctor’s wife and helps Eugene take his medical concierge business to the next level. When Quad and Lisa run background checks on each other, the results reveal shocking transgressions that leave the two at odds.
“Married to Medicine” is produced by FremantleMedia North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop with Matt Anderson, Nate Green and Mariah Huq serving as Executive Producers. Annie Pandaru, Paul Yuan and Maryam Jahanbin serve as Co-Executive Producers.