Black Women Search for Love in New 'Black Love' Reality Show

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Five Black women, including "Married At First Sight's" Monet Bell, navigate through dating in New York City. Will you be tuning in to #BlackLove?

A new reality show follows five Black women as they navigate through a tough dating pool in New York City.

#BlackLove premieres on December 8 on FYI and features five dynamic career women who are also looking for success in love.

Newly-single Married At First Sight star Monet Bell (in yellow)—who ended her marriage to Vaughn Copeland last year—is one of the five women featured on the show.

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She is joined by Laree “LA” Thomas (in white), a 35-year old travel consultant, Tennesha Wood (in blue), a 30-year old regional sales manager, Cynthia Branch (in black), a 38-year old licensed social worker and life coach, and Jahmil “Jae” Eady (in pink), a 26-year old web developer.

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On each episode, the women will attend workshops "on provocative themes related to love" and consult with relationships experts Damona Hoffman and Jack A. Daniels, ESSENCE has learned. The women each come with their own unique perspective: Branch is a divorced mom of two looking to get back on the dating scene, Eady dates both men and women, and some of the women are learning to navigate interracial relationships.

Will you be tuning in to #BlackLove on December 8?

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