Reality Show Producer Carlos King on His Journey in Hollywood and ‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’


Excellent TV Producer Carlos King have created some of the most meticulously addictive reality TV series we enjoy watching. You may not be familiar with the executive producer’s name, but King produced such popular shows for eight seasons of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes, and NS Four.

King shows no signs of stopping with a number of hit shows running on two dedicated networks African American community. BLACK ENTERPRISE sit down with the super TV producer to chat about his journey in Hollywood and interesting things Love & Marriage: Huntsville three special reunions.

BLACK BUSINESS: For those who may not be aware of your impact on TV, tell us about your journey to being hailed as the “King of Reality TV”.

Carlos King: I’ve been producing reality TV since 2008, starting with The Real Housewives of Atlanta and that’s when the actual error hit me. Since then, I have produced programs from Real Housewives of New Jersey come Hollywood Divas So it’s my extensive background and great content that has led audiences to honor me as the King of Reality TV and that’s a title I take very seriously.

As the brainchild of Kingdom Reign Entertainment, how important is it to develop content that not only tells our stories but impacts black communities and cultures?

As a black man, it is extremely important to me that I create programs that reflect the diversity of our cultures. In this position, I want to highlight strong, strong, successful Blacks who are doing extraordinary things in their careers and communities so they can inspire an entire generation. So far, I believe we’re accomplishing that in the shows we produce.

You recently signed a first look deal with OWN, let us know what content viewers can expect in the coming season.

Ready for something unexpected! I love the relationship I have with OWN and the idea of ​​creating additional content for them is a dream come true and I am delighted with some of the surprises we have in store!

What is your creative process in curating new shows, which have been the launchpads that have helped propel the careers of some of your cast?

I look at our place in the world and create need-based programs that can be met. With Love and Marriage: Huntsville, I know that a lot of couples watch scripted shows together, but not many reality shows. So I wanted to create a show about successful black couples that other couples could watch together. And I’m happy to say that a lot of couples tell me that Love and Marriage: Huntsville is their favorite show because they can sit at home on a Saturday night and watch it together.

What can we expect from Love & Marriage: Huntsville special reunion?

Well, so much happened at the reunion that we had three parts of the reunion for the first time because there was so much that we had to unpack. Melody and Martell have revealed a lot of things, so I think audiences will be surprised to hear their marriage narration before the show even starts. And when it comes to Kimmi and Tisha, they have a tense dialogue about support where I was amazed how it all ended. But I can’t reveal too much, so check out all three parts of the reunion. Because if you miss one, you miss a lot!

Part 2 of Love & Marriage: Huntsville reunion airs Saturday, December 12 at 9 p.m. Eastern on OWN. Reality Show Producer Carlos King on His Journey in Hollywood and ‘Love & Marriage: Huntsville’


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