‘Love and Hip Hop New York’ is a reality series that shows the events of many people that are mainly associated with hip hop music. The show is a part of an initial series of the “Love and Hip Hop” universe which was launched on March 6, 2011.
VH1’s ‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’ first season received positive reviews from the audience. The reality show revolves around a bunch of diverse people in the hip-hop industry. The show’s cast has well-known figures in the industry that appeared in the previous seasons including Erica Mena, Amina Buddafly, K. Michelle, Chrissy Monroe, Cardi B, Remy Ma, Bianca Bonnie, Felicia “Snoop” Pearson, Juju C., Anaís, Lil’ Mo, Papoose, Joe Budden, fuels Santa a, and Safaree Samuels.
Following the huge success of the show, the franchise expanded and launched six more spinoff shows:
- Love & Hip Hop Atlanta
- Chrissy & Mr. Jones
- The Gossip Game
- This Is Hot 97
- Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood
- K. Michelle: My Life
It’s a fact that the show’s chaotic nature and struggles of these striving talents greatly contribute to the reality tv show making it even more interesting and entertaining. “I can’t stress enough that the stuff they deal with on [Love & Hip Hop] is real,” told Mona Scott-Young, the show’s producer via Complex. “We may frame it within a production construct that allows us to shoot on a schedule, but we’re not making up the stuff that they’re going through.”
But what do we know about season 11 of ‘Love & Hip Hop New York?’ To get your answers, read the post till the end.
When is season 11 of ‘Love and Hip Hop New York’ premiering?
Currently, the show is not yet renewed by VH1 for another season run and therefore, the premiere date is not available as of now. Season 10 was launched in December 2019 and ended in March 2020. As per The Cinemaholic, the tenth season of the show was just as good as the previous seasons, with fans tuning in to watch their favourite show increasing its ratings and viewership on the network.
In the past years, the reality show seemed to have maintained a timeline of a yearly release that comprises the premiere of each season of the series toward the conclusion of the year and many predicted that the eleventh season to be out by the end of December 2020 but unfortunately that did not happen. So, as of now, it’s not known when the next season will be released.
Nevertheless, if the show does indeed get renewed, the new episodes will likely arrive by the end of this year. Fans will likely get to see Chrissy Lumpkin who appeared in the tenth season after departing from the show after its second season. “From fights to proposals, we put it all out there,” Chrissy Lumpkin explained during the opening of the show’s tenth season, as reported by The Cinemaholic. “But when it all fell apart, I chose to walk away. But you know, you should never say never. It’s been almost ten years and a lot has happened.”
Is season 11 of ‘Love and Hip Hop New York’ happening at all?
Till now we haven’t heard a single word from the show makers or the network regarding the show’s eleventh season. However, many are now suspecting that Love and Hip Hop is discontinued for good.
If you’re curious to know the reason, the conclusion has formally arrived for the series. Back on November 17, 2021, Reality Entertainment TV uploaded a screenshot of the Wikipedia page. The post indicated the initial release date of the series which mentioned March 6, 2011, to March 9, 2020— and in case you don’t know, these are the release dates of the first and final episodes of the show.
Although fans speculations are going wild, so far nothing has been confirmed yet but fans firmly believe that the reality show has wrapped. It’s very much clear since it’s already way past the initial release of the eleventh season.
Other tv shows have started with their production and are launching new episodes since the pandemic days are not much of a threat as compared to 2019-2021. And by now, the show makers could have given some sort of an announcement but still nothing yet and at this point, we can only wait and see how it goes.