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The Return of ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood’ — Robin Thicke Teases Season 6’s First Look

The Return of ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood’ — Robin Thicke Teases Season 6’s First Look

According to an exclusive by The Jasmine Brand, BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood is back after a nearly four-and-a-half-year absence.

The comedy sitcom parodies Bravo’s blockbuster reality show The Real Housewives.

With its overdone drama, minor yet dramatic catfights, and unrealistic stories, The Real Husbands of Hollywood grabbed reality television by storm. From early 2013 through late 2016, it aired for five seasons.

The show had been expected to be canceled, but it has since been revived for a sixth season.

The sitcom was created and co-produced by Chris Spencer and comedian Kevin Hart, who stars as the protagonist. It follows Hart and his other married celebrity pals, who make up the show’s cast.

Boris Kodjoe, Nelly, Duane Martin, J. B. Smoove, and Nick Cannon were among the show’s first cast members, who all play fictitious versions of themselves.

Robin Thicke appeared in the first season of the show and, according to his Instagram, will return for season 6. The show’s launch date has not yet been set, but production has begun, according to the singer’s Instagram story.

The singer of “Blurred Lines” posted a video of himself on the set of Real Husbands of Hollywood, confirming that all of the original cast members would return for the forthcoming season.

Several notable guest performers have appeared in previous seasons, including Trey Songz, Tichina Arnold, Erykah Badu, George Lopez, NeNe Leakes, and Keke Palmer, and this season may be no different.

Season 1 of Thicke’s Departure

Although Thicke is returning for the sixth season, the singer made waves in 2013 when he left the program after only the first season.

When Thicke stated he would not be returning for the second season of Real Husbands of Hollywood, speculations of a feud between him and Hart began to spread. Fans began to speculate if Hart’s humor forced Robin to leave the program because of their continual bickering on the show.

However, in an interview with Hip Hollywood, Hart stated that the accusations were untrue and that the two were good friends. Instead, Thicke is concentrating on recording a new album, according to the comic.

Thicke personally confirmed this when he appeared on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club.

The singer confessed that he was still friends with Hart, but said he couldn’t attend the event because he didn’t have time.

The singer also said that Hart’s remarks about his now-ex-wife, Paula Patton, never offended him. He explained that they have similar tastes in comedy and that when they met, he impersonated Hart and the two of them laughed for hours as if they were high school best friends.