The highly anticipated Season 10 of “Married to Medicine” is set to premiere on Bravo on November 5th, as confirmed by the ever-popular cast member, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, via her Instagram account just last month. Filming has already concluded within Atlanta’s bustling medical community, and fans are buzzing with excitement. What sets this show apart is its ensemble of intelligent, accomplished individuals who not only provide insight into their professional lives but also delve into the intricate dynamics of their marriages and families. It’s a refreshing change to see such a mix of brains, humor, and drama in the realm of reality television.
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So, what can viewers expect from this upcoming season? Which cast members have returned, and who bid farewell to the show? Who has made a surprise comeback? As of now, you can catch up on previous seasons of “Married to Medicine” on BravoTV.com or the Bravo app, with all past episodes available for streaming on Peacock.
As previously speculated, the former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, Phaedra Parks, is making her grand entrance into the medical team after her departure from RHOA in 2017. Departing from the show are Dr. Contessa Metcalfe, who joined in season five, and Anila Sajja, who graced us with her presence in season eight. Let’s dive deeper into the sisterhood of medics who consistently deliver a healthy dose of drama, making “Married to Medicine” one of Bravo’s most popular yet underrated reality shows.
Simone Whitmore, 56, remains a fan favorite and has been a fixture on “M2M” since its inception in 2013. She is a seasoned physician in obstetrics and gynecology and met her husband, Cecil Whitmore, during their college years at Spelman and Morehouse in Atlanta. Their enduring love has seen them through 26 years of marriage, and they are proud parents of two sons. Beyond her medical practice, Simone has ventured into several businesses and interests, including her skincare line.
Dr. Heavenly Kimes
Dr. Heavenly Kimes, 52, is a familiar face on the Atlanta scene and first graced the show as a guest in season one before becoming a steadfast member in season two. Known for her sharp wit and propensity for engaging in spirited debates with her fellow cast members, Dr. Kimes is more than just a dentist. She’s a highly successful businesswoman, author, motivational speaker, and self-proclaimed relationship expert. In addition to her dental practices, she has launched her own health, beauty, and dental product line. Dr. Kimes has shared 26 years of wedded bliss with Dr. Damon Kimes, and together they are raising three children and three furry friends.
Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” luminary Phaedra Parks, 49, returns to the Bravo Network after a six-year hiatus.
Phaedra Parks was a beloved figure on RHOA until her departure in 2016, following revelations regarding her involvement in a damaging rumor about her former BFF, Kandi Burruss. This Atlanta-based attorney and mother of two have also made appearances on “Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip,” “The Real Housewives of Dubai,” and “Braxton Family Values.” A seasoned veteran of reality television, this self-proclaimed “Southern Belle” not only brings a fresh dynamic to the show but also introduces her new boyfriend, who happens to be a doctor.
Dr. Jacqueline Walters
At 65, Dr. Jacqueline Walters holds the title of the show’s oldest member and is set to return for her 10th season. She resides in Atlanta with her husband, Curtis Berry. In a recent Instagram post, she pondered her journey, asking, “How do you survive 25 years as a black female OB/GYN business owner, two bouts of breast cancer, infidelity, 9 years of reality TV, 20 years of marriage, being a doctor in a pandemic, and still stand, smile, be happy, healthy, and work on building wealth?” Jacqueline’s sage advice on love and marriage will once again be shared with her fellow cast members this season.
Original cast member Quad Webb, 43, was the subject of rumors earlier this year regarding her departure from “M2M,” but she’s back as a main cast member once again. Quad burst onto the scene in 2013 as a vivacious newlywed in season one, married to psychiatrist Dr. Gregory Lunceford. However, their marriage ended during season five. Quad is a successful businesswoman who has chosen to keep her dating life out of the limelight. Tragedy struck Quad’s life recently when her 3-year-old niece tragically drowned in the family pool. It remains uncertain whether this heartbreaking event will be chronicled in the upcoming season.
Toya Bush-Harris, 47, reunites with the rest of the cast for season 10. Married to emergency medicine physician Dr. Eugene Harris, Toya had a thriving career in the pharmaceutical and educational industry before embracing the role of a stay-at-home mom. As an original member of the “Married to Medicine” cast, Toya has never shied away from drama, whether it’s confrontations with fellow cast members, multiple relocations over the seasons, or the challenges faced in her marriage, which came to light in the previous season.