Married to Medicine
Married to Medicine (Photo by: Mark Hill/Bravo)

Overview of Married to Medicine Reality TV Series on Bravo.

Married to Medicine is a reality TV series that premiered on Bravo in 2013. The series follows a group of seven women in Atlanta who either work in medicine or are married to someone who does. Similar to Bravo’s Real Housewives series, the series follows the women in their professional and personal lives, social circles and family settings.

The series spun off Married to Medicine Houston and a future spin-off is on the way with Married to Medicine Los Angeles.

Cast Overview

Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show.

  • Contessa Metcalfe
  • Heavenly Kimes
  • Jacqueline Walters
  • Kari Wells
  • Lisa Nicole Cloud
  • Mariah Huq
  • Quad Webb-Lunceford
  • Simone Whitmore
  • Toya Bush-Harris

List of Episodes

Thus far, the Married to Medicine series has a total of five seasons and 79 episodes. Each episode is 41 to 43 minutes long. All of the episodes are available to stream online at Amazon Video.

Season 1

  • S1 E1: A Taste of Your Own Medicine –
  • E2 – Mistress of Medicine –
  • E3 – Queen Bee Sting –
  • E4 – A Black Eye Event –
  • E5 – Resuscitating Reputations –
  • E6 – Blood is Thicker Than Dog Water –
  • E7- The Sour Squeeze –
  • E8 – Sip Happens –
  • E9 – Finale, Part 1 –
  • E10 – Finale, Part 2 –
  • Reunion, Part 1
  • Reunion, Part 2
  • Secrets Revealed

Season 2

  • S2 E1: Far from Heavenly
  • Love and Basketball
  • A Steakhouse Beef
  • A Week of Impact
  • Chariot of Fiyah!
  • Textual Healing
  • A Fashion Faux-pas
  • Guess Who’s Not Coming to Dinner?
  • Queen of Shade
  • Blind Date
  • Couples Retreat
  • The Flight of the Uterus
  • From Courtroom to Catwalk
  • The Queen Bee Gets Stung
  • Reunion, Part 1
  • Reunion, Part 2
  • Secrets Revealed

Season 3

  • S3 E1: Background Check Yourself
  • Putt Up or Shut Up
  • Inspector Squad
  • Friends Don’t Do Background Checks on Friends
  • The Naked Truth
  • Queen Bee Returns to the Hive
  • Love and Races
  • California Dreamin’
  • Invites and Dis-invites
  • Full Court Stress
  • Boys on the Side?
  • Mariah the Party Crasher
  • Bahama Mamas
  • Baha-Mania
  • Mariah-Mania
  • Reunion, Part 1
  • Reunion, Part 2
  • Secrets Revealed

Season 4

  • New Beginnings
  • Forecast: Clouds with 100% Chance of Shade
  • Her Father’s Daughter
  • The Father, Son, and Heavenly’s Spirit
  • The Breast-est of Friends
  • It’s My Prom and I’ll Throw Down If I Want to!
  • Is There Life After Prom?
  • Brutally Honest Makeover
  • Hawaii Five Solo
  • Hawaii Five-Uh Oh
  • Coconut Bras and Brawls
  • Brazilian Bombshells
  • The Devil is Busy
  • Breast Friends
  • Reunion – Part 1
  • Reunion – Part 2

Season 5

  • Waiting to Exhale
  • Hot Off the Press
  • Let’s All Throw a Fit-ni
  • Black Girl Magic or Black Girl Tragic?
  • Guess Who’s Coming to Nola?
  • That Voodoo That You Do So Well
  • Mama Drama
  • Fly Girls & Low Riders
  • Breakdown or Breakthrough
  • Invitations And Revelations
  • The Heavenlywed Game
  • Island Fever
  • Circle Of Truth
  • D.n.a. D-day
  • In The Black
  • Reunion Part 1
  • Reunion Part 2
  • Reunion Part 3

Production Companies and Executive Producers

Married to Medicine is produced by Fremantle Media North America and Purveyors of Pop for Bravo. The series executive producers are Mariah Huq, Matt Anderson, and Nate Green.

Critical Response, Ratings, and Awards

Overall, the show received very good ratings, hence its continued renewal by Bravo.

However, a group of students from Howard University College of Medicine does not agree with the viewing audience. They created a petition to prevent the series from airing on Bravo. They feel the series “heavily associates Black females in medicine with materialism, catfights, and unprofessionalism”. They feel the show will contribute to the difficulties that African-American women have in getting residency positions.

  • The series received 5 out of 10 stars on IMDB
  • The series received 5.6 out of 10 stars on
  • 92% of Google Users said they like the show
  • Amazon Video viewers give the series 4 out of 5 stars
  • The show has not received any nominations or awards

Facts and Trivia

Following is a list of little-known facts and trivia about the show and its cast members.

  • Mariah Huq, one of the cast members and an executive producer, is credited with creating the series.

Questions and Comments

If you have any questions, comments or feedback about the series, please post a message below.

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married-to-medicineOverall, we give the Married to Medicine series 2 out of 5 stars. We love good drama and gossip, but this show overdoes it with the arguments.


  1. I really don’t understand why Dr Heavenly or Quad are on this show. Dr Heavenly says the meanest things and comes back year after year, is this the kind representation of black women Bravo and all these other TV stations want to us to continue seeing on our screens? Quad starts rumors and lies about her friends. Is she still married to medicine?


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