Season 3 of VH1’s “Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition” premieres on Monday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. ET, and new cast members are joining the gathering.
VH1 is gearing up for the premiere of the third season of “Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition”, where this time around, longtime “Love & Hip Hop” stars will meet on the island country of Jamaica with the purpose of celebrating Black excellence and to share unique perspectives on the social issues impacting the Black community.
The trailer for the upcoming season, which you can watch above, begins with cast member Safaree Samuels (“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood”), seemingly greeting his incoming island mates. “Welcome to Jamaica!” Samuels shouts. A narrator then enters the audio track, teasing the events of the season, as well as some of the new faces that will appear on the show, one of which includes rapper and TV personality Sukihana (“Love & Hip Hop: Miami”).
“The ‘Love & Hip Hop’ stars that started it all come together for one hell of a reunion,” says the narrator in the teaser. “With a past this deep, there’s bound to be trouble in paradise.”
The series acts as a crossover spinoff for the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise, where “Love & Hip” royalty, like Chrissy Lampkin (“Love & Hip Hop: New York”), Nikki Baby (“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood”), Amara La Negra (“Love & Hip Hop: Miami”), all come together for a massive “Love & Hip Hop” mixup.
Some other cast members include Jim Jones (“Love & Hip Hop”), Shay Johnson (“Love & Hip Hop: Miami”), Scrapp DeLeon (“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”), Alexis Skyy (“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood”), Mariahlynn (“Love & Hip Hop: New York” and more.
While the cast enjoys two weeks filled with fun times partying and exploring the island, the group will also have to face troubling events from their past and new challenges that could result in chaotic confrontations.
The series is executive produced by Lashan Browning, Donna Edge-Rachell, Paris Bauldwin, Daniel Wiener, Mimi Adams, Rich Allen, Michael Carrozza, Gavin Jones and Alissa Horowitz. Sitarah Pendelton-Eaglin, Phakiso Collins and Jubba Seyyid are Laso executive producers.