Shae and Will: Drama With the In-Laws
Tempers flare when an engaged man tries to force his parents into accepting his much younger fiancée, even though she may be the reason that his last marriage ended in divorce. His mom makes it clear that she has no interest in a new daughter-in-law.
Kim and David: Stepfather, Interrupted
Blending families is a challenge when the bride's teenage sons disapprove of their soon-to-be stepfather's disciplinary style. As the groom analyzes his relationship to the boys, he realizes there are larger unaddressed issues within his own childhood.
Renata and Christian: And Girlfriend Makes Three
An engaged couple wish to lead a polyamorous lifestyle but find themselves in a sticky situation when their girlfriend falls in love with the husband-to-be. While the groom won't draw the line, the bride fears their relationship is crumbling.
Vanessa and Mitch: Unrealistic Ex-pectations
A bride, raised to be a trophy wife, falls deeply in love with a downtown type of guy whose history with women is questionable, at best. Chaos ensues when her mother tries to convince her to ditch her fiancé and go back to her wealthy ex-husband.
Katasha and Victor: Red Flags Flying High
A man in his 50s and a woman in her 20s bring their families together with the hope of gaining acceptance for their union. It is soon revealed, however, that their age difference is not the most pressing and concerning issue within their relationship.
Tiffany and Fred: In Him We Do Not Trust
When a groom-to-be has a cheating heart by nature, the bride-to-be must decide if staying in the relationship is really in her best interests. And when his side of the family agrees that he actually is the problem, red flags fly everywhere.
Erin and Amanda: Grown Mama Drama
Two brides planning their wedding hope to resolve issues with their own mothers on their road to happily ever after. While one mother desperately wishes to be part of her daughter's life, another prays her daughter's sexuality is merely a phase.
Phillisia and Daryl: Three's Company, Keith's a Crowd
A bride hopes that her fiance will be able to get along with her male best friend before their big wedding. But from the groom's perspective, he fears that this "old college buddy" has ulterior motives for remaining close to his future wife.
Lakesha and JaQuan: Babies and Baggage
A young bride is anxious to marry the man of her dreams and become part of his "perfect" family. A recent indiscretion on his part, however, leaves her questioning whether he is the father of another woman's baby, and if forgiveness is even an option.
Monique and Sammy: Mixing Business and Pleasure
A power couple in the restaurant industry yearns to find more intimacy in their relationship before saying "I do." But while the bride turns to her sister for comfort, the groom fantasizes about keeping her family permanently out of their business.
Miah and Chris: Marry, Divorce, Repeat
A divorced couple decides to give their marriage another chance but have kept their engagement a secret from family and friends. Once the "happy news" is revealed, their loved ones are left shocked, confused and more than a little concerned.
Sayyora and JD: First Comes Love, Then Comes Jealousy
After a bride was unfaithful early in their relationship, the groom now battles with extreme jealousy and control issues that have her family worried for her emotional well-being. In addition, her cultural traditions clash with his ambitions.
Ivy and Carlos: The Past Stays In the Picture
An interracial couple tries to navigate cultural differences and crossed boundaries with their families. While the bride insists she has sufficiently grieved the death of her first husband, the groom must draw a firm line with his overbearing sister.
Deion and Rome: Mama Don't Preach
A same-sex couple wishes to marry, but one groom's deeply religious mother has made it clear that she believes being gay is a sin. Fearing rejection, her son has hidden his life and two-year engagement from her ... until now.
Tarra and McCorry: My One Night Stand Wife
For this couple, a chance encounter at a gas station led to a passionate and steamy romance, and now an upcoming wedding. But with their continuous cycle of volatile breakups and dramatic makeups, both families have cause for concern.
Laci and Vidal: Will the Real Vidal Please Stand Up?
A groom desperately wishes to impress his bride's wealthy parents and prove he will be a suitable husband. His desire for acceptance has left her mother and father completely underwhelmed and worried for their daughter's choice of a spouse.
Candace and Kouri: Player, Interrupted
A bride hopes that her groom can relinquish his identity as a ladies' man and focus on becoming the family man that she needs and wants him to be. But without a father figure of his own growing up, he struggles with what that role should entail.
Camisha and Rashad: In Love and Custody Wars
A couple wishes to marry, but the groom finds himself entangled in a custody fight with his children's mother and is estranged from his own mom. Meanwhile, the bride's family worries that her physical health is compromised by the stressful situation.
Tiffanee and Ayatallah: Irreconcilable Differences
A couple who rushed into an engagement now face some serious conversations when they discover that their philosophies on religion, children and other crucial ideologies are so unaligned that the groom even refuses to get a marriage license.
Khaneisha and LaBarron: From Friends to Secret Lovers
A couple who started as friends but then turned romantic faces backlash from the bride's family for leaving them in the dark. And when the bride's mother suspects larger issues, a small miscommunication quickly turns into drama.
Shanika and Justin: Lies, Lies, Baby
Shanika and Justin are ready to wed, but unresolved family issues have the celebration on hold. While Shanika attempts to reconcile with her estranged brother, information about her past, including her baby that disappeared, causes Justin great concern.
Donzella and Paul: I Got All My Sisters With Me
Donzella and Paul were married to other people when they met many years ago, but in order for the families to get on board with the wedding, they want clarity on when Donzella and Paul's romance officially began -- and their stories aren't lining up.
Brandy and Akin: The Devil's in the Dealbreakers
Despite their cultural differences and a 12-year age gap, Brandy and Akin are in love and plan to marry but cannot agree on what the future of their family will look like. Unbeknownst to them, the bride's family has larger concerns for their union.
Jackie and Zuri: Fork in the Road
New York couple Jackie and Zuri have been together for five years and plan to marry, but their families have yet to meet. Jackie is holding resentments and secrets from her past that are compromising her emotional well-being and current relationships.
Shai and Troy: Living in La La Land
Shai and Troy are on a fast track for marriage, with dreams of superstardom and a big family to follow. But when confronted with the realities of what a marriage really entails, these young lovebirds may have to consider where their priorities really lie.
Kiomi and Austin: An Officer AND a Gentle Man
After a whirlwind romance overseas, Kiomi and Austin have spent many years in a long-distance relationship and are now ready to marry. But before they make it official, Austin must have some deep conversations with his family to reconcile with his past.
Miya and Darrell: He Said, His Mom Said
Prior to falling in love, Darrell and Miya both had their share of drama with exes and family. But now, as they are attempting to merge their worlds together, Miya struggles to trust Darrell's true intentions with other women, including his mother.
Brijet and Andre: Abstinence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
Brijet and Andre may live thousands of miles apart, but after three months of dating, they are ready to get married. However, Brijet's family feel that they don't even know her anymore and worry she has lost herself, and her values, in this relationship.
Laterrica and Omar: Grandmama Drama
Omar and Laterrica went from dating to instant family last year when their daughter, Penelope, was born. Now, they are planning a wedding to make it official, but the groom's attachment to his mother has Laterrica questioning her place in his life.
Tiffany and Josh: 'Til Divorce Do Us Part
In a twist on the usual format, a couple who has been married for six years seeks counseling from Tracy and their families: Should they continue to work on their crumbling marriage, or decide to part ways for good and finally sign the divorce papers?