WE TV RENEWS TWO POPULAR THURSDAY NIGHT ORIGINALS, “GROWING UP HIP HOP: ATLANTA” AND “WAKA & TAMMY: WHAT THE FLOCKA”
Both series are currently in production with safeguards in place to ensure safety of cast and crew amidst the challenges of COVID-19
WE tv announced today it has renewed two of its popular Thursday night original series – franchise hit “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta,” and new series “Waka & Tammy: What the Flocka.” “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta,” the second installment in the “Growing Up Hip Hop” franchise, was renewed for a fourth season, consisting of 10 one-hour episodes. “Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka,” which follows Hip Hop’s iconic sweethearts Waka Flocka Flame and his fiery wife Tammy Rivera, was renewed for a second season consisting of eight one-hour episodes. Both series are currently in production with rigorous safeguards in place to ensure the health and safety of the whole cast and crew amidst the challenges of COVID-19.
“We’re thrilled to renew both ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ and ‘Waka & Tammy: What the Flocka’ for new seasons on WE tv and can’t wait for their new stories to unfold,” said Marc Juris, President of WE tv. “The strength of our Thursday night originals, led by our superstar talent and authentic, relatable storytelling, have helped make the network a top destination for viewers.”
“Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” is executive produced by Tara Long, Mark Herwick and Gennifer Gardiner for Entertainment One (eOne) along with Shad Moss and Datari Turner. Turner’s Datari Turner Productions is co-producing the series. Lauren P. Gellert and Kari McFarland are the executive producers for WE tv.
“Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka” is produced by eOne with eOne’s Tara Long and Gennifer Gardiner serving as executive producers alongside Tammy Rivera-Malphurs, Jauquin Malphurs, Datari Turner, and Debra Antney. Lauren P. Gellert, Kari McFarland, and Ashley McFarlin Buie are executive producing for WE tv.
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About Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta TV Show
WE TV DROPS A FIERY FIRST LOOK AT THE TURBULENT SEASON 4 PREMIERE OF "GROWING UP HIP HOP ATLANTA" THURSDAY, JANUARY 7 AT 9PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY - December 9, 2020 - The fourth season of WE tv's hit series "Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta" returns on Thursday, January 7 at 9pm ET/PT. This season, growing political division collides with pandemic pandemonium, leaving the OG's of Atlanta hip hop on the brink of disaster.
Bow Wow's past comes back to haunt him when a mystery woman leaks a shocking secret. Da Brat's in love, but can't escape drama in the dirty A. Ms. Deb drops a bomb that threatens Waka and Tammy's core beliefs and their happiness. COVID literally takes Ayana Fite's breath away, leaving her fighting for her life, as well as her friendships. Rivalries, grudges, and new and returning characters shake things up, forcing ATL's hip hop royalty to face the music.
"Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta" is executive produced by Tara Long, Mark Herwick and Gennifer Gardiner for Entertainment One (eOne) along with Datari Turner for Datari Turner Productions, Meredith Kisgen, Shad Moss, Debra Antney and Shawntae Harris. Turner's Datari Turner Productions is co-producing the series. Lauren Gellert and Kari McFarland are the executive producers for WE tv.
Hip hop icons Waka Flocka Flame (son of Debra Antney) and his firecracker wife Tammy Rivera are back in the A after their dream wedding and starting fresh after renewing their vows in Cancun, Mexico. In the wake of prison and bankruptcy, rapper Da Brat tries to reform both her image and her finances. To keep her head in the game, Brat joins forces with legendary hip hop manager Debra Antney to create an Artist Boot Camp designed to help foster and develop young musical talent in Atlanta. The controversial Brandon Barnes (Debra Antney's godson) is back and his charlatan ways finally catch up to him in an explosive uncovering of the truth. Deb's niece, Ayana Fite, DJ Hurricane's daughter, is on a warpath when Brandon tries to break through the family circle in a hurricane of lies.
The Growing Up Hip Hop franchise, including "Growing Up Hip Hop", "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta" and "Growing Up Hip Hop: New York", is produced for WE tv by Entertainment One (eOne) and Datari Turner Productions.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite TV shows. Discover and bookmark our cancelled shows 2021 list and renewed shows 2021-2022 database.
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