‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’ Is Returning For Season 2 And The Explosive Trailer Has Dropped

Love & Marriage: Huntsville returns to OWN on Jan. 30. The second half of season two promises to be the best one yet, per the show’s executive producer Carlos King.
The second half will continue to show the demise of Martell and Melody Holt’s marriage. Rumors have spread for months that Martell’s infidelity and his long term mistress was the cause of Melody filing for divorce to end their 12-year marriage. She later revealed in an Instagram live that she discovered after her divorce filing that Martell’s mistress was pregnant with his child.
In the trailer, Melody explodes when her estranged husband tells her that she was no longer satisfying him. A typically calm Melody loses her cool, throwing a drink and seemingly having to be held back. She’s later captured in the parking lot confronting Martell about his love child.
“Congratulations, your mama tells me your having a boy,” Melody tells Martell before giving him the peace sign as she walks away.
But the Holts come together to confront Ms. Wanda, the mother of LaTisha Scott. LaTisha and Melody were once close friends but Martell’s indiscretions and LaTisha’s husband, Marsau Scott, making jokes about it tore them apart. Ms. Wanda allegedly spread rumors about the Holts.
LaTisha also confronts Melody this season. She previously tried mending fences but quit due to Melody’s “mean girl” and “bitter” ways. Per LaTisha, Melody tried to destroy her and Marsau’s marriage but alleging Marsau also had several mistresses.
Maurice and Kimmie Scott continue playing mediator between their family and the Holts. Ms. Wanda accuses Kimmie of being #TeamMelody and this time around, LaTisha seems to agree.
But not everyone is convinced about Kimmie’s alleged alliance with the Holts. In fact, Marsau tells his wife that she needs to keep her mother out of her business, saying it causes trouble.

ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 19: Martell Holt and Melody Holt attend 2019 Trumpet awards at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center on January 19, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage,)


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