Monique Samuels Joins “DMV Love & Marriage”

Adieu Andy, goodbye Bravo!

After leaving The Real Housewives of the Potomac after four seasons and say yes “There is no big enough salary” to get her back, Monique Samuels and her husband Chris are moving on and into another network.

The reality star is said to be joining the cast of the upcoming OWN’s “Love & Marriage: DMV”, a subsection for wide dissemination “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” series.

Taking place across DC, Maryland and Virginia, TVDeets reports that the show will follow not only Monique, but also its bubbly co-stars, who will introduce viewers to their respective businesses and families. The group, supposedly assembled by Monique herself, consists of pairs of DMVs; Erana and James Tyler, Ashley Brittney and Roberto Silva, and Tasha and Neil Lyons.

Formerly, Erana and James Tyler appeared in the headlines amid rumors that they would be joining The Real Housewives of the Potomac for season 6. Erana was rumored to be joining the cast following Monique’s departure, but Mia Thornton instead taking on the role of a full-time housewife. TVDeets adds that Erana and her husband love to party and get into credit counseling, real estate, and run an online womenswear store called iVision Boutique.

As for Ashley Brittney and her husband Roberto, both work in the radio space with Ashley hosting her podcast “Funtime Moms” and Roberto working full-time as a host DJ QuickSilva above Stuck 92Q of Baltimore.

Meanwhile Tasha and Neil Lyons are not only husband and wife, they are also real estate agents and business partners co-owning mother-daughter real estate conglomerate, Lyons Den Real Estate.

TV Deets adds that like #LAMH, #LAMDMV is produced by Kingdom Reign Entertainment, a production company led by former #RHOA executive producer Carlos King.

So far no cast has confirmed their new show but filming is said to begin in January.

Will YOU watch #LAMDMV? Monique Samuels Joins “DMV Love & Marriage”

John Verrall

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