*Tamar Braxton, Nivea, and Evelyn Lozada are looking for love in their new Peacock reality dating series “Queens Court!” The series is a Will Packer production and will be hosted by Holly Robinson-Peete and Rodney Peete.
Through 10 episodes, viewers will follow the ladies on their quest for love with a partner that can handle the public scrutiny that comes with the fame and success of being connected to these three women.
The Peetes were the perfect couple to host the show. Having been married for 27 years, the two know a bit about marriage and fame. In each episode, they will guide the Queens through the ups and downs of dating 21 successful prospective suitors.
EURweb spoke with the couple about why they make the perfect hosts for the series.
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Rodney Peete is a former NFL quarterback and the son of a former NFL coach; he explained why he and Robinson-Peete were a good fit for the show, “I think on paper, it sounded good to have a couple who’s been through it. We’ve allowed each other to shine for almost 30 years. So it was just a great idea. So when Will Packer and Peacock came to us, we thought this could be good for us.”
Peete said they didn’t expect to become as invested as they were with the guys there. He also said he was shocked some men were genuinely looking for love and all in from day one. Robinson-Peete is an actress that has starred in several successful TV shows, including “21 Jump Street.” She added, “whenever I would leave the ladies, if Rodney were not there for the conversations, he would text for updates. This guy was on my texts talking about, ‘what they say, How did it go? Who did that? Who said this?’ I’m like, Oh, my God, you are way too into this. But that was what I think made us perfect hosts for it. I think it’s it was a good partnership.”
The couple agreed that they were surprised that some guys went the distance. However, they also admitted to fighting for some kings to pull through.
All ten episodes of the “Queen’s Court” will be available to stream on Peacock on March 16.
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