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VH1 Releases Promo Trailer For Upcoming Season 2 of “Single Ladies” (Debuting May 28)

VH1 Releases Promo Trailer For Upcoming Season 2 of "Single Ladies" (Debuting May 28)

Time flies doesn’t it? I feel like it was only recently that this series made its debut on VH1, and recall a lot of you complaining about it :)

Well, season 1 has long been over, and the network did renew the series for a second season, much to the disappointment of some I’m sure, and the first episode of that sophomore season is scheduled to air in about a month already – May 28th.

So get ready…

The show, which made its debut on May 30th, 2011, averaged close to 3 million viewers each week, with a strong showing in its core 18 to 34 female demographic. Me? I never made it past episode 2. But then again, I’m not in the show’s target audience.

Last post on this was the announcement that Cassandra Freeman (most recently seen on S&A in Alrick Brown’s Kinyarwanda) had joined the cast of the Queen Latifah-produced hour-long VH1 dramedy series Single Ladies which revolves around the romantic relationships of three friends.

Freeman will play a character named Morgan Hayes, but no word on what her relationship will be to the others in the cast. Maybe those of you who watched the series’ first season have some idea.

You’ll remember that series lead Stacey Dash exited the series after its inaugural season and was replaced by All My Children alum Denise VasiLisaRaye McCoy and Charity Shea will return. And why wouldn’t they? Cha-ching!

A promo for season 2 has surfaced, and is embedded below:

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Traci R.

They were super smart to release this is in the summer when nothing else on TV is "new." Its literally the only reason I watched at all last summer.


I was being fair when I saw a few episodes last year or whenever, and it's quite terrible actually. I didn't even bother watching this trailer.


It's not "must-see-TV," but it's decent enough to tune into when/if you have nothing else to do.


I love the promo!


I liked the first season. It's nothing revolutionary but quite scandalous and soap-opera-like. I'll check it out when it comes out.


The acting is suspect and so is the writing. But then, there's D.B. Woodside. Enough said! :D

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