The new season of “Put a Ring On it” debuts with 10 episodes Friday, June 25th from 9 pm CST/ 10 pm ET/PT
“Put a Ring On It” (Premieres Friday, June 25th from 9-10 p.m. ET/PT)
Dr. Nicole LaBeach is back with the Will Packer Production, Put a Ring on It. The highly anticipated unscripted relationship series follows three couples as they navigate their way to the altar with the help of master relationship coach Dr. Nicole LaBeach.
The couples will embark on the ultimate relationship test. Each week the couples are pushed, stretched, and tested to confront the question they’ve been too afraid to ask: is this their happily ever after? The couples will finally find out if they are truly meant to be together by dating other people, and in so doing, they’ll discover if there’s a love connection they’ve been missing all along. Will they decide it’s time to go their separate ways, or is it finally time to put a ring on it?
Couple #1 – Alexia/ Former Professional Basketball Player (34) and Darion aka Smoke/ Field Mob (40)
Dating: 14 Years
About: This couple is on until they are off again. After a decade of dating, the two have finally moved in together. Darion does not seem excited to walk down the aisle and Alexia is putting on the pressure.
Couple #2 – LaRhonda/ Energy Industry Professional (32) and Jay (Shon) / Comedian (33)
Dating: 3 Years
About: LaRhonda is a super successful woman who is constantly leveling up and Jay (Shon) is a successful comedian. LaRhonda is the top earner in the relationship which makes Jay (Shon) want to hit the breaks on marriage. Before proposing and walking down the aisle, Jay (Shon) wants to make sure he can meet LaRhonda halfway, financially.
Couple #3 – Jessica/ Entrepreneur (30) and Eric/ Retired NFL Player (35)
Dating: 4 Years
About: Eric is adjusting to life post-NFL and Jessica is adjusting to Eric being fully committed. This couple has been battling issues from Day One. The two are not on the same page about when the couple was official.
About OWN’s Friday/Saturday Unscripted Programming Slate
OWN is among the top cable networks on Friday and Saturday nights for African American women, with its unscripted hit series focusing on love, relationships and family drama. Saturday’s slate of popular shows includes the long-running “Iyanla: Fix My Life” starring Iyanla Vanzant which after 10 years on the network aired its final season beginning April 10, 2021. Saturdays are also home to the smash hit “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” from Carlos King. Friday nights feature the new series “Belle Collective” also from King along with “Black Love” from filmmakers Tommy and Codie Oliver and “Ready to Love” and “Put a Ring on It” from hitmaking producer Will Packer.