VH1 reportedly hired a new production company for the “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” series.
In October, it was reported that the reality show was undergoing some major changes including getting rid of its current production company, Eastern TV. Well, it seems the VH1 series will allegedly be produced by “Big Fish Entertainment” which already produces VH1’s “Black Ink Crew” and programming for MTV, Discovery, WE TV, TLC and more.
VH1 reportedly gave Eastern TV the boot in September because they were looking to direct “LHHH” in a new direction, Deadline reported. The network wanted to the show to only consist of cast-members who were in a relationship, according to Jasmine Brand sources.
“They want the cast to only focus on actual couples and big names,” an insider told the media outlet Monday, Oct. 29.
Although Eastern TV was reportedly pulled from the “LHHH” series, the company will continue to produce the other “Love and Hip Hop” franchises including, Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, Love and Hip Hop: New York, and Love and Hip Hop: Miami.
VH1’s choice to bring on a new production company will not affect Mona Scott-Young‘s position as the “LHH” franchise creator and executive producer.
The “LHH” franchise as a whole has undergone several changes and recently announced its two newest additions to “LHHMIA.” Television host Jessie Woo confirmed on Twitter in November that she’ll be joining the reality series.
“Y’all ready to see Mama Woo on #LHHMIA? 😭😭😭🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹,” she tweeted Nov. 19.
Underground rapper Khaotic also confirmed he too would be joining the VH1 series. Folks seemed excited about the new additions to “LHHMIA” and are looking forward to seeing the stars.
One fan responded, “My good sis is about to be on some ‘Hey ya’ll, it’s ya girl – Jessie Woo’ 😭…. SO SO proud of what you’re about to do!! TO THE TOP!! ✊🏾🇭🇹❤️”