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Joseline Hernandez Returns To Reality TV With New Show Amidst Falling Ratings For Season 8 Of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ — Full Details

But what about that court order business?

Joseline Hernandez will indeed be starring in her own reality show, Joseline Takes Miami. However, it won’t be on VH1 after all—it will premiere on WE tv.

The Puerto Rican Princess teamed up with former LHHATL and RHOA producer Carlos King and his production company Kingdom Reign Entertainment. The series (which will premiere later this year), will follow Joseline as she navigates her career as a single mother in Miami.

Joseline Takes Miami will also show her tropical lifestyle and place a spotlight on her brand-new music featuring a very talented array of artists. 

No thank you to the music career part!

On second thought… Maybe that is the reason we should all tune in though? Joseline is never boring.

Back in February, some were whispering that the reality star was running out of money.

Her hair stylist threw out some claims, writing, "Let's be clear @joseline scammed me out of $400 for free hair. The [expletive] is broke asf and a mess. And the coke isn't helping."

Joseline soon responded, quipping, "Ima say this and Ima say it once. Take that bull[expletive] offline lying on me or Ima handle this the proper way. I know too much [expletive] about you. Find someone else to play with [...] I'm not going play these online kid games with you. I don't know who you think I am."

He then replied, "Okay I need my money back. Like now." She shot back, penning, "I told you I wasn't sending that back. You got pics to use."

Anyway, this all checks out. Besides, it was probably a given that Joseline wouldn’t be welcomed back to VH1, right? She went out with a bang, bickering with powerhouse producer Mona Scott Young all the way out the door.

Issues included money mix-ups and problems with how she was portrayed on-camera, among others.

“So y’all made me [look] like I’m just this crazy person, and everything that went on in the show wasn’t [because] of Mona Scott-Young,” she once said.

“Your show will never elevate because you’re always trying to downplay colored people. And Mona you should do better than that cause you Haitian. You supposed to be one of us but you stay trying to downplay us.”

Joseline also said that Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta would not survive without her. And perhaps she is right, judging from the recent ratings drop.

The season 8 premiere was one million viewers short of season 7, according to the Nielsen Ratings. 

The 2018 debut episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta drew in 2.21 million viewers. The season 7 premiere brought in 3.21 million. However, While 2.21 million is still a sign of a strong fan base, that is quite a reduction in viewership.

Not passing the opportunity to get petty, Joseline tossed some shade at Mona on Instagram as she wrote “When 1.2 million won’t even cut they Tv on! #joselinehernandez”

See it below:

When 1.2 million won’t even cut they Tv on! #joselinehernandez

Will you be watching Joseline Takes Miami when it shows up on your screens)?

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