Production on all four series in the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise has reportedly been halted indefinitely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The fate of the Love & Hip Hop franchise remains uncertain, as the show reportedly joins the ranks of almost every other film and television production. According to a report by reality TV update account, OMFGRealityTV, all four of the VH1 series have been put on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic. The report states that no new episodes of the Hollywood, New York, Atlanta, or Miami series in the Love & Hip Hop franchises will be airing from this point forward. As shared by The Shade Room, the unofficial statement reads: “Due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, all production on the ‘Love & Hip Hop’ franchise series has been forcibly shut down.”
“This means that ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ season 7, the remaining episodes of ‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’ season 10 and ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ season 9 will all be postponed until further notice,” the message continues. “This also applies to ‘Love & Hip Hop: Miami’ season 4. It’s still uncertain when and how production will resume.”
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Prior to the pandemic, the tenth season of Love & Hip Hop: New York premiered on December 16th, 2019, the most recent episode of the season airing on March 9th, 2020. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’s ninth season premiered just last month on March 16th, but it looks like fans will only be getting a taste of it now that production has reportedly been shut down. Although Love & Hip Hop: Miami already wrapped up its fourth season this year, it is unknown when new episodes can be expected to air. As for Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, its seventh season was intended to air sometime this year, but of course, that remains uncertain as well. Joseline Hernandez, star of Love & Hip Hop: Miami commented on The Shade Room’s post, saying “N they bout to pay BIG MAMA A HUGE BAG no more Mona.” The official Love & Hip Hop franchise have yet to address this report.