We've never felt more uncertain about the future of the Married to Medicine crew than after last season's reunion. Would Dr. Simone Whitmore's eleventh hour reconciliation with husband Cecil Whitmore last? Would Quad Webb-Lunceford and her husband Dr. Gregory Lunceford be able to work out their marital issues? Would Dr. Jackie Walters and her husband Curtis Berry be able to get their marriage back on track after dealing with his infidelity last season?
Well, you better buckle up, Married to Med fans, because your favorite members of Atlanta's medical community are back when Season 6 premieres Sunday, September 2 at 8/7c. And things are actually going pretty well for many of the couples, including Dr. Jackie and Curtis, who are looking forward to a future together as they search for a new home, and Toya Bush-Harris and Dr. Eugene Harris, who are getting ready to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. Dr. Heavenly Kimes is also more at peace than ever as she continues on in her spiritual journey.
But getting back to a happy marriage is going to prove difficult for some of the other couples. Even though Dr. Simone and Cecil have ripped up those divorce papers, their reconciliation won't be completely smooth sailing. And things between Quad and Dr. G seem to have gone from bad to worse. Dr. Contessa Metcalfe and her husband Scott Metcalfe will also be tested with a health scare.
We can't forget to mention that Mariah Huq is back full-time this season of Married to Med, and you better believe that her return will be filled with drama, drama, drama.
Will all of these relationships survive the season? Tune in Sunday, September 2 at 8/7c to find out.
Check out the full trailer for Season 6 of Married to Med, above. Get even more behind-the-scenes tea from Dr. Jackie, below.
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