VH1 greenlit another Love and Hip-Hop franchise spinoff. This time, Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez from Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta will be the stars, reports Variety.
The untitled Stevie J and Joseline series will follow the couple as they move to Hollywood to pursue their dreams of superstardom. VH1 has ordered eight half-hour episodes.Mona Scott-Young is one of the executive producers on the show, of course.
“In a summer where the film Straight Outta Compton went straight to No. 1, Taylor Swift’s collaboration with Kendrick Lamar topped the Billboard charts and our own Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta ranked as the No. 1 reality show on cable, hip-hop’s dominance of pop culture was confirmed yet again,” said Susan Levison, VH1’s EVP of original programming and production. “We’re excited to fuel our audience’s continued fascination with all things hip-hop by extending the storylines of some of their favorite ‘Love & Hip Hop’ cast members.”
Steebie and “The Puerto Rican Princess” finally got their show.
In related news, VH1 has also renewed K. Michelle’s My Life, which will premiere in winter 2016.