"Basketball Wives: LA" Season 4 Super Trailer
"Basketball Wives: LA" Season 4 premieres Sunday, July 12th at 9PM ET/PT.
VH1's hit series "Basketball Wives: LA" is back for an explosive fourth season. Returning from last season are Draya Michele, Malaysia Pargo, Brandi Maxiell, and Jackie Christie. With Queen Bee and Executive Producer, Shaunie O'Neal, joining the LA crew, and the addition of three new ladies, the bar is set for a very exciting season. Jackie brings in friend and basketball girlfriend, Mehgan James. Also joining the clique are wife of player Eddy Curry and Malaysia's friend, Patrice Curry, and Draya's friend, fashion designer and ex- girlfriend of Tyreke Evens, Angel Brinks. Between the new personalities, major life challenges, and old resentments, sparks will fly.
Brandi, now living alone in LA, struggles to deal with husband Jason Maxiell's infidelity. Recently separated from Janerro Pargo, Malaysia is challenged to raise her kids by herself while also dealing with a tragic death in her family. Newcomer Patrice Curry faces challenges of her own as she attempts to adopt a child who is a bi-product of her husband Eddy's alleged infidelity. Jackie begins the season on the outs with most of her friends and decides to lean on her new protégé, Mehgan James, for support. But the friendship backfires when Mehgan's honesty comes into question, causing a monumental rift with the other women. Old friendships are tested like never before when Draya gets a rude awakening as some ladies start to question her loyalty. Draya struggles to maintain her friendships within the group and relies on newcomer Angel Brinks for support. Shaunie O'Neal joins the LA ladies for some West coast fun but soon realizes that they are a very challenging group. When her old time East coast buddy, Tami Roman, joins the cast, the Miami / LA cast divide is set in stone.
See all the drama play out when "Basketball Wives: LA" Season 4 premieres Sunday, July 12th at 9PM ET/PT (after the premiere episode BBW:LA moves to Sundays at 8PM ET/PT for the remainder of the season).
Shed Media is producing the series. Executive producers for Shed Media are Pam Healey, Lisa Shannon, Sean Rankine, Mark Seliga and Amanda Scott. Shaunie O'Neal is an executive producer. Executive producers for VH1 are Susan Levison, Jill Holmes, Fernando Mills and Laurel Stier.