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Published on April 12th, 2024 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


HYPE EXCLUSIVE: “Love & Marriage: D.C.” Finale Featuring Al B. Sure!

Get ready for the dramatic conclusion of “Love & Marriage: D.C.” as the season finale airs tomorrow April 13 at 8/7c, followed by an explosive Reunion hosted by executive producer Carlos King. The highly-anticipated Reunion kicks off with Part One at 9/8c on the same night, with Part Two airing on April 20 and Part Three on April 27, all at 8/7c. OWN is available anytime you’re ready on or across mobile devices and connected TVs. 

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In the upcoming finale episode titled “Defensive Lie Backer,” emotions run high as Erana surprises Jamie with a retirement party featuring a special appearance by Al B. Sure. But the celebrations take a turn when tensions between Joi and Ashley escalate once again. Ashley finds herself defending Carmen and Clifton, sparking a heated argument with Joi. Adding fuel to the fire, Carmen reveals to the group that she’s friends with Clifton but not Joi, stirring up even more drama.

Watch this Hype Exclusive “sneak peek” courtesy of OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

Love & Marriage: D.C.” chronicles the lives of three African-American couples in the heart of the nation’s capital. From Jamie and Erana Tyler to Ashley Silva and DJ Quicksilva, and Joi Carter and Clifton Pettie, viewers are invited into the inner circle of these couples as they navigate love, friendship, and the challenges of living in the powerful D.C. lifestyle.

Don’t miss the explosive season finale and gripping Reunion episodes as the cast confronts their past, present, and future in this captivating reality series.

Access OWN anytime on or across mobile devices and connected TVs. 

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