Love & Marriage Huntsville wrapped Season 5 on a high note in the ratings, with the latest batch of episodes up over Season 4.
Part 3 of the LAMH reunion earned a strong 0.11 in the P18-49 demo on Saturday night (January 14) with 484,000 live viewers tuning in, according to just-released numbers via Nielsen.
Not only is this up slightly over Part 2 which earned a 0.11 and 464,000 live viewers the week prior but it is the series’ largest live audience since Episode 8 aired back on October 29, 2022 (0.10 / 509,000).
All in all, Season 5 of LAMH averaged a 0.09 in the demo and 459,000 live viewers in the ratings, an increase over the Season 4 average of 0.08 in the demo and 452,000 live viewers.
In addition to these increases in the live ratings, Love & Marriage: Huntsville also grows quite a bit once DVR is counted so the numbers for Season 5 have to be impressive to the executives at OWN. (That said, it should be noted that Season 5 technically contains 3 more episodes than Season 4 due to the reunion special.)
This season saw a divide form amongst the cast with Melody Holt on one side and her ex-husband Martell Holt on the other. While LaTisha and Marsau appear to be Team Martell alongside Destiney, Kimmi and Maurice seem more open to Melody’s point of view as does newbie Stormi.
Part 3 of the reunion saw the cast discuss the divide with host Carlos King trying to bring back together the original 6 cast members to no avail. Hey Comeback Group, we need you back!
Love & Marriage: Huntsville will return with new episodes later this year. Season 2 of spinoff Love & Marriage: DC premieres this Saturday, January 21 on OWN.