Real Husbands of Hollywood: 3 Reason Why We’re Excited Our Fave Show Is Back!

Tune in to the six-part limited series on BET+ beginning Feb. 10th.

Kevin Hart’s Real Husbands of Hollywood: More Kevin, More Problems is officially making its return today (Thursday, Feb. 10) for a six-part limited series run on BET+ and there couldn’t be a better time for some of Hollywood’s most famous spouses or spouses-in-training to show face and make us laugh.

The season will not only have its core cast of Hart, Nick Cannon, Boris Kodjoe, Duane Martin, JB Smoove, Nelly, Robin Thicke, Cynthia McWilliams, and Jackie Long, but Michele Weaver and Angela Rye, as well as a host of surprise appearances, will be included in the raucous return.

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Nick Cannon recently shared the show’s trailer during his self-titled program, The Nick Cannon Show, which promises “bigger stunts, more drama and, of course, more Kevin Hart.”

But with Real House Husbands of Hollywood available to stream now, here are three reasons why we’re excited our favorite mitches are back on the screen!

  • The Wait is Finally Over

    There are tons of reasons to be excited about Kevin Hart parodying the daily lives of himself and other celebrity friends as they play fictionalized versions of themselves throughout Hollywood. But, after a long five year wait, to have the cast back together and on our screens has to be at the top of the list.

    Originally created by Hart, Chris Spencer and Ralph R. Farquhar in 2011 as a sketch on the BET Awards, Real Husbands of Hollywood managed to generate enough interest to become its own network original program, first premiering on the network in 2013. The series would go on for five seasons before ending in 2016, making today’s premiere well worth the wait.

  • The Celebrity Appearances

    Besides anticipation and buildup, the celebrity appearances undoubtedly make the upcoming season one to look out for. In the past, Hart has had epic guest appearances from Wanda Sykes, Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner, to Chris Rock, and Selita Ebanks — and this season has already been touted as its most star-packed yet.

    According to the trailer, this season will include appearances from Tiffany Haddish, Amanda Seales, Big Boi, Mark Cuban, Yolanda Adams, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Dr. Phil.

    If you recall how unforgettable Tyga’s guest appearance as “Thug Butta” was in season six, then watching who shows up in these hese next episodesare sure to be a hoot.

  • The Drama to Unpack

    One of the best parts about the Real Husbands series is the cast’s self-deprecating humor, where clearly nothing’s off-limits in the writer's room. From real life storylines like Nick Cannon and his ex-wife Mariah Carey’s separation to recurring jokes about Kevin's height, the group pulls no punches to get to the punch line. They even made light of Robin Thicke’s public divorce.

    Being there’s been a five year hiatus, there’s almost too much inspiration to draw from. Audiences could see anything from Kevin Hart’s award show hosting debacle or the prep work that goes into the ongoing prank war between BMF’s (Best Mitches Forever) Hart and Nick Cannon. The IRL version where the former gifted the latter with a condom vending machine already makes for great comedic material, which no doubt will find its way into the meta TV sitcom. There’s no doubt that when these collection of mitches get together, it’ll be hearty laughs and quality television for us.

    Be sure to tune in today (Feb. 10) on BET+ to catch the six-part limited series run.

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