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Livin' Lozada season 2 to premiere on May 07, 2016

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About the show

Livin' Lozada is a new American real-life television series that is currently airing on the Oprah Winfrey Network channel (OWN) in the United States. The new reality show is produced by Shed Media (part of the unscripted/alternative television department at Warner Bros.), with Pam Healey, John Hesling, Lisa Shannon, Russ Heldt and Evelyn Lozada as executive producers. Season 1 of Livin' Lozada premiered on OWN on July 11, 2015.

The new docu-series Livin' Lozada chronicles the lives of Evelyn Lozada, of "Basketball Wives" fame, and her 21-year-old daughter Shaniece. Evelyn has moved on from the heartache of her highly publicized divorce and is now engaged to big league baseball player Carl Crawford. The couple already has a one-year-old son, Leo. Evelyn’s daughter Shaniece has a blossoming modeling career and is working on starting her own bikini line, looking to her mom for advice which she (sometimes) takes.

Season 1 of Livin' Lozada premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network in the US on Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, followed by the season premiere of the popular OWN docu-series Flex & Shanice. In the premiere episode of the season, titled “Don't Call it a Comeback”, Evelyn explains how her life has changed since her highly publicized break up. So far, there have been no statements from OWN about a potential second season of the reality show, so check back with us for the latest news, or subscribe to our notifications and get the premiere date of Livin' Lozada season 2 automatically sent to your inbox as soon as it is officially announced.

Latest developments

UPDATED January 26, 2016: Like most of you, we have also thought that episode 8 of the Oprah Winfrey Network’s newest docu-series Livin’ Lozada, which was broadcast on August 29, 2016 was the season finale, but it today the network announced via the official press release that it has ordered eight more episodes for the debut cycle of the program, bringing the total episode count to sixteen. The decision to extend the first round of the real life series was motivated by exceptionally good viewer ratings this summer. In fact, the first installment of the debut cycle became the best-performing debut season in OWN’s history among women viewers. New episodes will be released later this year, although the exact date is yet to be set. Sign up for our updates and receive an automated email with the release date of Livin’ Lozada season 1 part 2.

UPDATED April 12, 2016: An 8-episode freshman installment of the OWN’s new reality series Livin' Lozada bowed out in the US back in August of 2015 and it has become the best-rated unscripted debut season among women 18-49 for the network. So, it comes as no surprise that the Oprah Winfrey Network has just officially announced the renewal of the hit docu-series for another round. That is not all. The premiere date for new episodes has already been set as well, and it’s sooner than you might expect. A second season of the show is scheduled to hit the small screen on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Subscribe to our updates and we will email you an automated reminder of the release date of Livin' Lozada season 2 one day before the show begins.

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Premiere date of Livin' Lozada season 2 – May 07, 2016

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0 kyla  2016-05-10 20:01
I really enjoy the show Evelyn definitely has grown into such a beautiful person in and out. Her love for her children is nice to watch.
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0 Lorinda Mulder  2016-04-13 09:38
I really like her show its family oriented and non drama love it glad to see Evelyn is doing so well on her new life.
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+2 Raven Gibbs  2016-01-28 13:30
Please bring the show back! It's shows us a different side of her and I love it!!!!!!
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