Jim Jones And Chrissy Getting New “Love And Hip-Hop” Spin Off?

November 6, 2011

On Friday, a couple of the members of the “Love & Hip-Hop” cast hosted a press dinner and Season 2 preview screening in New York and we couldn’t help but notice the heavy shiny-ness on Chrissy’s left hand.

Afew weeks back Harlem man Jim Jones finally broke down and proposed to Chrissy while the crew was wrapping up season 2 taping in Miami a couple of weeks ago. And this is what all those years of dedication and putting up with Mama Jones got her.

Can’t really be mad at that.

Over the weekend, “Love & Hip-Hop” creator Mona Scott-Young was asked about the future of the franchise and confirmed as we previously reported that there are some spin-offs in the works.

We’ve been looking at other cities. And I would love to see some of my cast members expand and branch off. Jim and Chrissy are amazing. I think that their relationship speaks to so many young couples out there that come from this Hip Hop generation, that are finding a new way to be a family; making a new definition of what family is. And I think that a lot of people can relate to their family dynamic. So I’d love to see a spin-off for those two. I also am looking at other cities. I’m looking at other ladies… I also have other shows that I am developing that aren’t in this genre.”

There’s also talk of a new series following Olivia’s career resurgence and a Mama Jones spin-off.


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