Posted Friday, December 8, 2017 by RODNEY HOemail@example.com on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog
Producer Stevie J will return next month with the second season of his VH1 spin-off show “Leave it to Stevie,” a warm up for season seven of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.”
Its debut date is Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 10 p.m.
Season one had eight episodes. VH1 did not say how many episodes they’re airing this time but it probably will be about the same number.
The only man who has ever been given intro credit status on “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” will focus on his two sons Dorian and Stevie Jr., his daughters Eva and Savannah as well as Stevie’s love life, post Joseline Hernandez. He will also be dating and Faith Evans will join the show in a recurring fashion.
A couple of his “Love and Hip Hop” regulars Yung Joc and Scrappy will pop up again, as they did season one. And a new friend, stuntman Safaree, will join in.
The press release listed 10 executive producers, including the charismatic Stevie J himself.