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Season 4

The ladies open up a new chapter in their lives in New York City as they recover from last season's fall-outs and welcome two new cast members, Kenya Bell and Kesha Nichols, who also know that being in a relationship with a pro-basketball player isn't as glamorous as one might think. From the ladies show-stopping fashion to their drama and betrayal, VH1 is going deeper into their friendships and relationships to deliver a powerful new season.

In Season 4, the two new ladies alter the ever-changing landscape and dynamic among these women. Newcomer Kesha Nichols survived every girl's worst nightmare, having her engagement broken off by her ball-playing fiancé via email shortly 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. 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.

These powerful women aren't going to let ex-husbands, challenged friendships or public scrutiny get them down. Having a relationship with a pro basketball player isn't always easy but we've watched as these women have shown viewers time and time again how they persevere through difficult times.

"Basketball Wives" is produced by Shed Media. Executive producing for Shed Media are Nick Emmerson, Jennifer O'Connell, Alex Demyanenko and Sean Rankine. Tom Huffman is a consulting producer. Shaunie O'Neal and Phil Robinson are executive producers. Executive producing for VH1 are Jeff Olde, Jill Holmes and Noah Pollack.


Season 3

"Basketball Wives" Season 3 returned on VH1 in June 2011. The previous season ended with the "Basketball Wives" once tight-knit circle of pro basketball wives, exes and girlfriends shattered in the wake of infighting, accusations of two-faced behavior and the bombshell disclosure of a personal secret linking one woman to another's ex-husband. Will Season 3 rescue their friendships from the ashes or put the final nail in the coffin for Jen, Evelyn, Tami, Suzie, Royce and Shaunie?

Season 2

The last time the basketball wives were all together, fans were shocked as they learned some of the ladies deepest secrets and saw the tension rise in the inner circle. Were the ladies able to move on from their drama since the reunion, or are the fires still burning? In season three, viewers will catch up with Shaunie O'Neal as she balances a new shoe line, her love life, family outings and being a shoulder to lean on for the other ladies. Evelyn Lozada makes the transition from a basketball wife to a football wife with fiancé Chad Ochocinco. Will watching Evelyn build a family be hard for Jennifer Williams who is in the process of divorcing Eric Williams? The cameras will catch Jennifer leaving her "player" behind and navigating a new lifestyle as a single lady. And don't forget, Evelyn and Jennifer have not forgotten their rivalry with Royce Reed. Finally, left hurt and betrayed, Tami Roman works on rebuilding her trust for the ladies and moving on from the past. With all the drama aside, the ladies still make room for some VIP fun in "Basketball Wives" Season 3.

Season 1

For "Basketball Wives," VH1 has teamed up with the wives and girlfriends of some of the NBA's most elite players to give the viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the glamorous life of a professional basketball player's wife.

This series is about the insider life of the wives, girlfriends and a few ex-wives of some of the biggest ballers in the game. These ladies live the life. They drive the best cars, live in the biggest mansions, wear designer clothes and jewelry and only travel first class. But living the high life is not all glamour. In order to protect it, they have to deal with the jealousies and dramas of living in—and staying in—the inner circle. They must also keep the groupies at bay while their husbands and boyfriends are traveling on the road for over six months of the year playing ball all-the-while wondering if their spouses are being faithful to them.

The cast is filled with the wives and ex-wives of superstars including Jennifer Williams (wife of Eric Williams), Evelyn Lozada (ex-fiancée of Antoine Walker), Mesha O'Neal (wife of Jermaine O'Neal), Royce Reed, Faith Rain (Udonis Haslem's girlfriend) and Shaunie O'Neal (wife of Shaquille O'Neal) who will also serve as Executive Producer on the series.





 




 




 

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