#BlackLove Cast on FYI

#BlackLove Cast

FYI has a new reality show titled #BlackLove and we've got all the details on the show as well as the cast members. To kick things off, here is the official plot synopsis: #BlackLove follows five dynamic black women from New York City as they embark on a unique journey to uncover what they are doing wrong when it comes to finding love. Today’s successful, modern black women have groomed themselves to have it all – beauty, intelligence and thriving careers. For many, there’s just one thing that they want more than anything which mysteriously eludes them – love. Viewers will follow five women, including newly single Monet Bell from season one of “Married at First Sight,” as they discover the issues that have held them back from finding a fulfilling and loving relationship. Damona Hoffman and Jack A. Daniels will act as experts, helping guide the women in the right direction this season. To get to know each of the five women participating on the show, click through our cast gallery. (Photo by James Dimmock)

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jay

fyi network will die out soon do to heavy beat down of bear markets like social media. fyi is still a company 50% one company 50% the other conpany it may have money of course. success equals money but lack of vision is distruction. thats why they are making khole show to get market share. a lot of people are not into shows that are they same like other shows which is in contrast to blacklove, married at first sight, a cooking show. fyi has no vision or uniqueness in catching the demagrapgic for longevity. fyi should not rebranded there iconic name without focus just to fit into the group of competitors. one thing companies fail at is a good vision and a good reserch development team. if fyi makes it it will be a mircle same with love and hip hop all these boring relationship shows that has no future just a bases if royality for the company. I have to much to say but the companies will continue to be challenged by a big social media pressence money and rebranding isnt always the answer.