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Set your DVR: You’ll want to be tuning in for this emotional finale!
TV One’s trailblazing reality series The Next: 15 is coming to a close with its two-part reunion airing this month. Executive producer and reunion host Carlos King brings his reality all-star cast – including Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Claudia Jordan, Jennifer Williams, Karamo Brown, Laura Govan and Raymond “Benzino” Scott – together to reflect on some of the highlights of the show, as well as update fans on where fame will take them next.
“The Next: 15 defies expectations in the reality genre as it showcases the normally unseen ‘fourth wall’ between the producers and the talent by revealing what happens not only on camera, but behind it as the action unfolds,” said D’Angela Proctor, TV One’s SVP, Original Programming and Production. “This game changing series, including our upcoming two-part reunion specials, offers an authentic and honest look at reality stars striving to change their public personas and take their careers to new heights.”
Pollard continues to run the emotional spectrum as she explains what exactly an “inner cry” is to confronting Govan for her controversial statement wishing there were more “light skinned” cast Scott is in the hot seat when fiancé Althea Heart demands to know why they haven’t tied the knot, while Brown is called out for playing both sides against the middle when it comes to Jordan versus everyone else.
In part one of the reunion special, Pollard tries to find balance between her split personalities while Williams defends her new attitude. Meanwhile, Brown and Jordan are forced to face the music about their questionable behavior as talk show producers.
In part two of the reunion special, Govan and Williams give a glimpse into the unpredictable world of dating a professional athlete, and Scott talks about his acceptance of the gay community. Jordan and William try to resolve their differences.
The Next: 15 Delivers an Emotional Two-Part Reunion Special
The Next: 15 Season One Reunion Pt. 1 debuts Sunday, April 3 at 7p.m. ET, followed by The Next: 15 Season 1 Reunion Pt. 2 on Sunday, April 10 at 7p.m. ET. You can also catch the series marathon on Sunday, April 3, beginning at 11 a.m. ET, all on TV One.