Married to Medicine Trailer: Toya and Eugene’s Marriage In BIG TROUBLE, Everyone Turns On Quad and Phaedra Parks Shakes the Table!
Married to Medicine returns November 5, with a bang! Bravo dropped the explosive trailer for season 10 on Thursday, promising a heavy dose of drama awaiting fans in the upcoming episodes set to debut next month.
Season 10 welcomes a fresh face, Phaedra Parks, the infamous alum from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She’s poised to leave her stamp in the medicinal world with her holistic wellness center.
On the other hand, Lateasha Lunceford, who married Quad’s ex-husband Dr. Gregory Lunceford, in April, is the latest addition to the cast. Viewers will watch Lateasha orchestrate her dream wedding and contemplate starting a family. However, the shadow of a twenty-year age gap lingers, potentially hindering her dreams and aspirations.
Additionally, the cast is joined by friend, Dr. Alicia Egolum, a dentist and close associate of Dr. Heavenly. She’s gearing up for a significant career shift, transitioning to embrace the role of a full-time mom.
Bravo’s teaser for season 10 assures fans a dose of “realness.” The ladies are set to navigate new friendship terrains, aiming for fresh starts and bidding farewell to long-standing feuds.
In this season’s unfolding storylines, Dr. Jackie is in the thick of managing her enterprises, attending to a notable celebrity patient, and juggling time for loved ones, all while serving as the group’s mediator.
In another corner, Dr. Simone and Cecil Whitmore, having momentarily shelved their author aspirations, face the prospect of both their sons returning home.
Meanwhile, Dr. Heavenly grapples with her candid nature and the emotional challenge of Alaura departing Atlanta for college.
Toya Bush-Harris and Dr. Eugene’s marriage is in serious trouble, amid their long history of mismanaging their finaces. She’s also channeling her energies into growing her wine club venture.
Dr. Alicia is making a significant career shift, transitioning from dentistry to embracing the world of mompreneurship.
Lateasha is gearing up to tie the knot with Gregory, even amidst skepticism and critique from some within their circle of friends.
And then there’s Miss Quad, diligently striving to strengthen her ties with the ladies, as they all hold her accountable for past actions.
A source tells All About The Tea exclusively:
“Quad signed her contract late but returns to the show with no real allies except, Phaedra. The group turns on her for being immature over her ex Dr. Gregory’s return to the show and the ladies befriending Lateasha (Dr. G’s new woman). Quad feels like an outsider because she’s not married or connected to medicine like the other ladies.”
The ATL snitch added:
“Phaedra tries to be the bridge to healing between Quad and the other women but they still don’t trust her and really don’t see Quad’s purpose on the show anymore.”
Press play below to watch a sneak peek of Married to Medicine :
Catch the premiere of Married to Medicine Season 10 on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 9:15 p.m. ET, on Bravo. From the subsequent week, it’ll settle into its usual 9:00 p.m. ET slot. For those who prefer streaming, episodes will be available the next day on Peacock.
Avigail is an Entertainment blogger at All About The Tea, who specializes in The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Potomac. Avigail has a background in marketing. She’s a Brooklynite living in the Bahamas, with a passion for travel, writing, reality TV watching, pop culture and spoken word.