Cable network Bravo appears to have found a reality series they haven't done before!
The home of the various "Real Housewives" and "Top Chef" series has announced the premiere date for their latest docu-endeavor, "Married to Medicine," while also providing The Hollywood Reporter with the dish on the show's cast.
The series will make its debut on March 24th at 9pm EST, following "the fast-paced and drama-filled social scene of Atlanta's exclusive medical inner circle." Specifically, "Married to Medicine" will follow six women (doctors and wives of doctors) as they split time between work and play. Here's a sneak peek at the cast:
- Toya Bush-Harris - wife of emergency medicine physician Eugene Harris with a master's degree in education from the University of Phoenix. The busy wife is assisting her husband in launching a medical concierge business while seeking to publish a series of children's books.
- Mariah Huq - AKA "Queen Bee," wife of Dr. Aydin Huq, another emergency physician, Huq is also serving as a producer on the new Bravo series, so we know who to thank if this is terrible. Her husband, a native of Bangladesh, has a foundation based out of the area where the husband and wife are attempting to build a new hospital.
- Quad Lunceford-Webb - AKA "Black Barbie," newly wed to psychiatrist Dr. Gregory Lunceford. Expect plenty of clashes between the outlandish wife and her more reserved husband.
- Dr. Jacqueline Walters - Hey, an actual doctor! Walters is a certified OBGYN physician and two-time breast cancer survivor which helps fuel her advocacy for breast cancer awareness. The doctor is reportedly obsessed with eating healthy and excessive exercise.
- Kari Wells - Model and wife to orthopedic surgeon Duncan Wells. The British beauty is owner of a production company and CFO of her husband's practice and medical realty company, while also supporting numerous charities such as Doctors Without Borders.
- Dr. Simone Whitmore - AKA "The Warden" and "Witchmore" to her OBGYN practice staff. The physician has run her own practice since 2004, volunteering in her spare time with a mentor program at Spelman College and a local high school.
Will you be tuning into this new series?