They may not have a ring on it yet, but young women across the country sure love them some "Single Ladies." The Queen Latifah produced VH1 dramedy series starring LisaRaye McCoy, Charity Shea, and Denise Vasi will be premiering its second season on May 28th. Having pulled in an impressive average of about 33 million viewers per week, "Single Ladies" will be returning to television, hopefully filling that gap that "Girlfriends" and "Sex and the City" left once they bowed out of the game.
"All My Children" alum Vasi will be replacing Stacey Dash, who controversially left the show after its first season. The two could honestly pass for sisters, or at the very least cousins, so let's see how this swap plays out. Another confirmed addition to the season is actress Cassandra Freeman ("Inside Man," "I Think I Love My Wife") who will play the role of Morgan Hayes. The scandalous promo for the new season looks as if the series will continue to cash in on plenty of juicy melodrama and reckless romance, the two main ingredients for fun, guilty TV pleasure.