There’s been a lot of speculation about Basketball Wives over the past few months. We’ve heard the reports about new castmembers who may or may not be joining the show. We’ve heard reports about old castmembers who were considering leaving the show. And we’ve heard the fans grumbling that they just want the show back on already. We’re excited to announce that we finally have a lot of news for you all.
The first thing is that YES, Basketball Wives is returning for a fourth season, which will air in February, 2012. The second bit of info that we can confirm is YES, two new women, Kesha Nichols and Kenya Bell, are joining the cast in Miami. And the last thing, which we’re guessing you HAVEN’T been speculating about because it’s a brand new development, is that on Thursday, December 8, we’ll be broadcasting a livestream of the ladies featuring interviews with the full cast, a Twitter sweepstakes, and a photo shoot! The livestream, which you can find out about over here, will air on BasketballWives.VH1.com from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET. And for all the current info about the fourth season and the new additions to the cast, read on.
The Fourth Season of the Highly Rated “Basketball Wives”
Will Return on VH1 February 2012
Catch A Behind the Scenes Look To Meet And Interact with Ladies, Including The Two New Cast Members, During an Exclusive Live Stream of the “Basketball Wives” Promo Shoot in Miami at
VH1.com and VH1 Mobile
Thursday, December 8th at 11am ET
NEW YORK, NY, December 6, 2011: In four seasons fans have watched VH1’s “Basketball Wives” take Miami, Los Angeles, Madrid and Rome by storm. From the ladies show stopping fashion to their drama and betrayal, season three left the “Basketball Wives” audience wanting more and VH1 is kicking it up a notch and delivering with season 4 of “Basketball Wives” returning February 2012.
In advance of the premiere, Basketball Wives fans can catch up with their favorite returning ladies and get the first glimpse of the new cast members during an unedited and unfiltered livestream from their new promo shoot in Miami exclusively on VH1.com and, www.basketballwives.vh1.com, and VH1 Mobile beginning Thursday, December 8 from 11am to 3pm ET. As the cast shoots promos for the forthcoming season, host Liz Black will chat with the ladies about the forthcoming season, last season’s most memorable moments, as well as their fashion selections modeled during the promo shoot.
In addition to the livestream, each cast member, along with Liz, will be live tweeting during the promo shoot and will be rewarding fans who retweet them with prizes including gift certificates and earrings. Fans can interact directly with the cast and ask them questions by tweeting to #BBW.
In season four, the ladies of “Basketball Wives” will explore the pressure of juggling long-distance relationships, to the stress of struggling to establish financial independence. As with any group of ambitious, smart, hard-working, sexy women, there are strong friendships, betrayal, breakups and make-ups. In this world, the stakes are higher, the alimony payments rise into the millions, and the significant others happen to be global superstars.
This season, Shaunie O’Neal is on the path to establishing herself as a business mogul. Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams‘ 12-year friendship is in a precarious position. Will it recover from last season’s fracture? Strong-willed Tami Roman continues to be a force to be reckoned with both socially and now in business. Royce Reed and Suzie Ketcham attempt to navigate uncharted waters as new chapters open in their lives. We will welcome two new ladies, whose presence will alter the ever-changing landscape.Newcomer Kesha Nichols survived every girl’s worst nightmare, having her engagement broken off by her ball playing fiance, just hours before their wedding. Kenya Bell is in the process of finalizing a divorce from a basketball star and is one of the most notorious and controversial wives in the league, whose infamous reputation is well known by the other wives.
With new cast members, new twists and turns and emotions running higher than ever, season four of “Basketball Wives” promises to be the best yet. Check out the new ladies when the new season of “Basketball Wives” returns February 2012.
Shed Media is producing the series. Executive producing for Shed Media are Nick Emmerson, Alex Demyanenko and Sean Rankine. Shaunie O’Neal is an executive producer. Executive producing for VH1 are Jeff Olde, Jill Holmes and Tom Huffman.
For full episodes and extra scenes from “Basketball Wives” users can visit http://www.vh1.com/shows/basketball_wives/season_3/series.jhtml or can access content from the season through VH1 Mobile by typing in VH1.com on any internet-ready mobile phone.Find VH1 on Facebook at https://www.facebook/vh1 and like the official show page https://www.facebook.com/basketballwivesvh1.