[TEASER] “Black Love” Season 6, The Final Season Comes To OWN

[TEASER] Black Love Season 6 The Final Season On OWN

In a time where Roe vs Wade has been overturned by the US Supreme Court, what we need now more than ever is love. We all, whether we want to admit it or not, want love in our life and also, we want to know how to keep it there. The hit docuseries Black Love on OWN network provides just that. This docuseries has included some of your favorite Black celebrity couples for 5 seasons sharing their inner most personal relationship ups and downs. On Saturday July 23, 2022, Black Love season 6 will air, its final season.

“Black Love,” comes from filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver of “The Perfect Guy”, and Confluential Films, and seeks to answer the burning question, “What does it take to make a marriage work?”

“Black Love” dives into how love begins while showing the reality of what life-long love looks like and offers proof that while it can happen for everyone, it isn’t a cakewalk. The docuseries shares honest, emotional and sometimes cringe-worthy always-true love stories. The couples talk about how their relationships began, the road to the altar, life after children and all of the other obstacles they may have faced to make their marriages stronger than ever.

Here is the trailer for season 6 of “Black Love” on OWN network.

You can catch up on “Black Love” seasons 1 through seasons 5 before the new and final season 6 airs on Saturday July 23, 2022, on www.oprah.com and the OWN network streaming app. 



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