Amber Dixon Brenner also told Deadline that she believes OWN did the "right thing" by cancelling "Love Is_."
There won't be anymore love for this drama based on how Mara Brock-Akil and her husband met... or a second season.
The "Black Lightening" and "Love Is" co-creator is facing a serious lawsuit with his alleged mistress accusing him of sexual assault, verbal abuse and stealing her work.
Nuri believes Yasir was using lines from his script to game her, one of Nuri's ex-boyfriends pops back up in her life and proposes, and Ruby gets a new boo.
Nuri's plans to help Yasir network backfire and they almost don't make it, but a dark secret from Nuri's past brings them closer together.
Nuri gets more drama than she bargained for when she meets Yasir's mother and babymother and all hell breaks loose.
Nuri pretends like she's okay with Yasir not wanting to celebrate Valentine's Day, and it brings up more doubt about the future of their relationship, but Yasir comes through in the final hour with everything she needs.
Yasir teaches Nuri how to handle disappointment better when a work situation almost destroys her friendship with Angela.
Nuri breaks Yasir's heart when she goes on the ski trip, she has a terrible time because she misses Yasir, and both their egos keep them from getting over their first rough patch.
Nuri forces herself to move on after believing that she and Yasir may not be meant to be after all.
Nuri starts to get suspicious of Yasir after realizing that he might be living in his car, she doesn't even know his last name and after he stood her up.
Doubt lingers when Yasir's pager gets cut off and he and Nuri can't get in touch just two days before the concert. However, Yasir is hopeful that Nuri will show up.