The show features six Atlanta women who are either married to a doctor or are practicing physicians.
It’s on Bravo, so expect powerful women, cocktail parties and drama, with a side of family life.
If you didn’t tune in to watch the premiere episode on Sunday, it’s worth putting it on your DVR’s “must-record” list.
The show stars Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Kari Wells, Toya Bush-Harris and Mariah Huq.
Kari Wells is sure to become a fan favorite this season. She has a great sense of humor and exudes confidence, making me an instant fan.
Married to orthopedic surgeon Duncan Wells, she is the the mother of their two young children and serves as the CFO of his practice and medical realty company.
Walters and Whitmore both practice in the field of obstetrics and gynecology and were former business partners. Expect plenty of drama coming from both of these physicians in upcoming episodes.
Both Mariah Huq and Toya Bush-Harris are married to ER doctors. Quad Lunceford is newly married to a psychiatrist. Her psychiatrist husband will probably come in handy once things get rolling on this show.
Will the newest Bravo reality show be a hit?
After only one episode, it brought in 1.9 million viewers. That’s a clear indication that fans are already addicted to “Married to Medicine.”
Tune in to the next episode of “Married to Medicine” on March 31 at 9 p.m.