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Basketball Wives (VH1 2010, Jennifer Williams, Evelyn Lozada)



Basketball Wives

VH1 has teamed up with the wives and girlfriends of some of the NBA’s most elite players to give the viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the glamorous life of a professional basketball player’s wife in VH1’s original series, “Basketball Wives.”

This series is about the insider life of the wives, girlfriends and a few ex-wives of some of the biggest ballers in the game. These ladies live the life. They drive the best cars, live in the biggest mansions, wear designer clothes and jewelry and only travel first class. But living the high life is not all glamour. In order to protect it, they have to deal with the jealousies and dramas of living in — and staying in — the inner circle. They must also keep the groupies at bay while their husbands and boyfriends are traveling on the road for over six months of the year playing ball all-the-while wondering if their spouses are being faithful to them.

The cast is filled with the wives and ex-wives of superstars including Jennifer Williams (wife of Eric Williams), Evelyn Lozada (ex-fiance of Antoine Walker), Mesha O’Neal (wife of Jermaine O’Neal), Royce Reed, Faith Rain (Udonis Haslem’s girlfriend) and Shaunie O’Neal (wife of Shaquille O’Neal) who will also serve as Executive Producer on the series.

“The public has an obvious fascination with the wives of star athletes. This series will show viewers not only the glamorous side of being a celebrity wife but also the challenges and hard work that go with it,” said Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Production. “The wives of star athletes form one of the most unique and exclusive groups of women in the world. You only have to look as far as the nearest headlines to see what sort of pressure they are up against to keep their relationships and their families together. These women truly have a strength formed by fire. We are thrilled that they are allowing us into their lives to see things through their lens and understand why their friendships and bonds make them a force to be reckoned with.”

“Having been around these remarkable women for several years, I have always recognized that behind every NBA star is a strong, exceptional woman, one who must deal with the unique challenges of being married to the game as well as the player. I am happy to be teaming with Shed Media and VH1 in bringing this entertaining and enlightening world to television,” stated Shaunie O’Neal, executive producer for “Basketball Wives” and wife of NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal.

From VH1’s press release, April 2017… Following the lives of a group of women with relationships to some of the biggest basketball players in the game, VH1’s hit series returns with a vengeance as several new faces and Basketball Wives original Evelyn Lozada join LA season veterans Tami Roman, Jackie Christie, Malaysia Pargo and Shaunie O’Neal. Between the new personalities, major life challenges and old resentments, the cast hits the floor ready for drama.

Evelyn Lozada as Herself
Jackie Christie as Herself (Season 6- )
Malaysia Pargo as Herself (Season 6- )
Shaunie O’Neal as Herself
Tami Roman as Herself (Season 2- )

other cast info
Gloria Govan as Herself (Season 1-2)
Jennifer Williams as Herself (Season 1-4)
Kenya Bell as Herself (Season 4-5)
Kesha Nichols as Herself (Season 4)
Meeka Claxton as Herself (Season 3)
Royce Reed as Herself (Season 1-4)
Suzie Ketcham as Herself (Season 1-5)
Tasha Marbury as Herself (Season 5)

key behind the scenes crew
Amanda Scott as Executive Producer
Chris Costine as Executive Producer
Fernando Mills as Executive Producer (VH1)
Lisa Shannon as Executive Producer
Liz Fine as Executive Producer (VH1)
Mark Seliga as Executive Producer
Nina L. Diaz as Executive Producer (VH1)
Pam Healey as Executive Producer
Paula Aranda as Executive Producer (VH1)
Shaunie O’Neal as Executive Producer

show type
reality documentary

broadcast from
4/11/2010 –

network and production companies
VH1 – Shed Media



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