VH1 fans are in for another dose of reality.
Today, the network officially ordered second seasons of reality series 'Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business,' 'Basketball Wives' and 'What Chilli Wants,' according to the Live Feed.
"VH1 viewers connected strongly with these three new series this year, and we're so happy that we can continue to share these real-life stories from the worlds of music and celebrity," said VH1 Executive Vice President, Original Programming & Production, Jeff Olde.
'Basketball Wives' is not unlike the 'Real Housewives' on Bravo, but these ladies are connected to some of the biggest stars in the world: players from the NBA, including queen bee Shaunie, Shaquille O'Neal's lady.
Next season promises to bring some new wives onto the court. Interviews are being conducted and filming will commence in Miami this summer.
'What Chilli Wants' stars singer Chilli of the R&B group TLC, and focuses on her love life. To help her figure it all out, she's turned to Tionna Smalls, a relationship guru from Brooklyn.
Real-life siblings Brandy Norwood and Ray J are the centerpiece of 'Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business,' and the show is a family affair. Their mother, Sonja, and father, Willie, are on the show and part of the family's record company, Rn'B Productions.
All three shows will be back with new episodes later this year. For now, the finale of 'Basketball Wives' will be broadcast Sun., May 30 at 10PM, followed immediately by 'What Chilli Wants' at 10:30PM. 'Brandy & Ray J' wraps up this season on Sun., June 27 at 9PM.
And as an added bonus, there will be a special 'Basketball Wives: The Reunion,' airing Sun., June 20 at 10PM.