T.I. & Tiny Return With ‘Friends & Family Hustle’ Reality Series With Celebrity Friends

We weren’t sure if one of hip hop’s favorite couples would be returning to cable TV but it has been confirmed, T.I. and Tameka “Tiny” Harris will return to VH1 with T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle. And several of the couple’s celebrity friends have also joined the cast, including singers Monica and LeToya Luckett, Antonia “Toya” Wright, Zonnique Pullins and Reginae Carter.

T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle was a legacy show for VH1, running for six seasons and becoming the first VH1 series to hit the 100-episode milestone. The show ended after Tameka Harris filed for divorce. She and T.I. since have reconciled, and the new stage in their relationship will be reflected on the new show.

According to a press release,T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle will showcase everything from complicated marriages and young love to health scares and past baggage to Tip and Tiny working to keep their family together.

Deadline reports —

“They are the lovable first family of VH1,” the network’s head of unscripted Nina Diaz said of the Harrises in May 2017 when the series’ highly rated final season, which drew 2.2 million viewers, was coming to a close. Asked back then whether there may be a follow-up or spinoff series in the future, Diaz sounded optimistic. “We want to continue to be in business with Tameka and Tip,” she told Deadline. “We love them, and we love all of the kids. We love what they have shared and what they stand for and we would love to continue to see what evolves and develops.”

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