Fans are growing eager to know more about “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” alum Joseline Hernandez and her upcoming reality series she secured last year.
The self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” secured a deal last year with network We TV for a reality series titled “Joseline Takes Miami,” which centers on her life in Miami as a single mother raising her and ex-fiancé Stevie J.’s 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella. The show is also reportedly supposed to focus on her music career as a Latina rapper and include her working on music with an “array of Latin artists.”
However, Bossip, which appears to be an extension of We TV, reported that Hernandez’s show would debut toward the end of 2018, but it never happened, and fans are wondering why.
Hernandez took to Instagram on March 12 and shared a post indicating that she was currently filming for a project, which fans assumed was her reality series. In the post she appears to be looking at a camera while playing with her hair, a post to which she added four camera emojis.
Hernandez’s Instagram post prompted fans to ask questions about the assumed hiccup in her reality series.
“So when’s the show I read that it was postponed,” one fan asked the reality veteran.
Another commented, “When Is Your Show Coming Out I Need You Back On Tv.”
Someone else added, “When we getting the show mama? I heard you had to re film for some reason so its delayed.”
“I saw the show is on Bet network i think,” said another.
Hernandez’s We TV reality series is being produced by former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” producer Carlos King, who has yet to confirm the premiere date of the show.
It was recently reported by the Jasmine Brand that “Joseline Takes Miami” is allegedly being delayed and that the reality veteran is being forced to re-shoot her show. No specifics were given as to why the show was allegedly postponed or when the show will make the air.
After starring on VH1’s “LHHATL” for six seasons with ex fiancé Stevie J., she decided to quit the show, indicating that franchise producer Mona Scott-Young portrayed her in a negative light on television. She told fans last June in a tweet that she would be taking her talents over to We TV.