Season Premiere Tuesday, September 3 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT)
The Greenleafs attempt to maintain a united front in the face of losing their church to Bob Whitmore (Beau Bridges) and Harmony & Hope Ministries, but secrets past and present create what could be fatal fractures in the family’s fragile foundation. Lady Mae (Lynn Whitfield) and Grace (Merle Dandridge) form an uneasy alliance as they endeavor to reclaim the church from H&H, Grace from within the church, where she’s operating as Interim Head Pastor, Lady Mae from without. But Grace’s mission becomes complicated when a mysterious phone call sets in motion a chain of events that threatens to reveal her biggest secret yet. The Bishop (Keith David) continues working to mend his rift with Lady Mae while, day by day, Harmony & Hope’s grip on Calvary tightens.
(P) Tuesday, September 3 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Original Sin
On the very first Sunday after Harmony & Hope’s installation at Calvary, the Greenleaf family’s united front shatters. Grace (Merle Dandridge) attempts to lead the church’s loyalties gently back toward the Greenleafs, but a call from Noah (Benjamin Patterson) brings a long-kept secret of Grace’s to light, the revelation of which could destroy the Greenleafs’ hold on the church more completely than anything that’s been revealed before.
(P) Tuesday, September 10 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Did I Lose You?
Grace (Merle Dandridge) walks a tightrope, uncertain what the right thing to do is regarding her secret as she also navigates a power struggle with Phil (Sean Blakemore) at Calvary. What Bishop (Keith David) discovers about a rival could win back Mae, and potentially the church.
(P) Tuesday, September 17 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Visions and Dreams
Grace (Merle Dandridge) faces her past but as she does so, gives Phil (Sean Blakemore) the opportunity to impress key church leadership. Lady Mae (Lynn Whitfield) steps in to do damage control in Grace’s absence and is forced to face Mac’s ghost and her own stained reputation.
(P) Tuesday, September 24 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: A Common Enemy
Bob Whitmore (Beau Bridges) returns to Memphis to remind Grace (Merle Dandridge) that he is the one in charge and to firmly encourage her to consider a new idea he has for Calvary. On a mission to uncover what’s been going on between Noah (Benjamin Patterson) and Grace, Charity (Deborah Joy Winans) makes an explosive phone call. However, just as Kerissa’s (Kim Hawthorne) dreams of a new home are about to come true, Kerissa discovers a connection that could jeopardize it all.
LOVE & MARRIAGE: HUNTSVILLE
Season Premiere Saturday, September 7 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT)
“Love & Marriage: Huntsville”, which follows three powerful African American couples working in real estate in the thriving city of Huntsville, Alabama: Melody and Martell Holt, Marsau and LaTisha Scott and Maurice and Kimberlee Scott, will also feature a new couple Cedarric and Adaira Collins, both good friends of the Holts and Scotts. This season, being a power couple doesn’t mean the perfect couple as Martell works to try and win back his estranged wife Melody. LaTisha doesn’t allow her husband Marsau to get in her way as she puts her homemaker days behind to put her real estate license to good use. Kimberlee is forced to reconcile with the challenges of a blended family as she deals with Maurice’s son and ex-wife’s potential move to Huntsville. While there’s still a lot of love to go around, neither business nor pleasure seem to be getting any less hectic for these couples.
(P) Saturday, September 7 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Old Dog, Old Tricks
Melody decides to meet with a divorce attorney and Martell seeks counseling to figure out why he’s been unfaithful. Kimmi and Maurice try to reunite the Comeback Group as Latisha bristles over comments the Holts have been making about her family.
(P) Saturday, September 14 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Martell It Like It Is
Martell moves upstairs in an effort to save his marriage andMelody keeps up appearances at a photo shoot. Maurice makes plans to move his son to Huntsville as Marsau tells Latisha about the rumor Martell is spreading about him having 20 girlfriends.
(P) Saturday, September 21 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Don’t Call It a Comeback
The Holts and the Scotts are at odds with the future of the Comeback Group as Melody wishes to dissolve it. Latisha tells her mom that Martell is spreading a rumor that Marsau has 20 girlfriends and tensions escalate as Latisha tries to defend her husband.
(P) Saturday, September 28 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Don’t Mess with Exes
The Comeback Group prepares to take a cabin trip to mend their broken friendship. Unbeknownst to Kimmi, Maurice invites his ex-wife and her husband to move to Huntsville while Tisha buys sex toys and Melody seeks more advice about divorce.
(P) Denotes: Premieres
(F) Denotes: Finales
DAVID MAKES MAN
Wednesdays (10 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
“David Makes Man” is a one-hour lyrical drama from Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (“Moonlight”), his first TV project and executive produced by Michael B. Jordan and Oprah Winfrey. The series centers on David (Akili McDowell) a 14-year-old prodigy from the projects who is haunted by the death of his closest friend and relied on by his hardworking mother (Alana Arenas) to find a way out of poverty. He must choose between the streets that raised him or the higher education that may offer him a way out. Set in South Florida, the series is inspired by events in McCraney’s own life and explores childhood trauma and the power of imagination to survive. Phylicia Rashad also stars as David’s teacher Dr. Woods-Trap.
(P) Wednesday, September 4 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Gloria
Gloria’s (Alana Arenas) difficult day turns catastrophic when she is fired by her inappropriate boss, leaving her home life in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Raynan (Ade Chike Torbert) reminds David (Akili McDowell) that he can’t run away from his responsibilities – the drug operations that will be running out of “The Ville.” Phylicia Rashad also stars as David’s teacher Dr. Woods-Trap.
(P) Wednesday, September 11 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Love or Poetize These Hoes
Gloria (Alana Arenas), home after losing her job, takes a more active role in her sons’ personal lives. At Gloria’s insistence, David (Akili McDowell) attends the school dance with his crush, Tare (Teshi Thomas). Sky (Isaiah Johnson) advises David about talking to girls and reveals more about his relationship with Raynan (Ade Chike Torbert). David arrives home after the dance on a positive note but discovers a “rent past due” notice on the door. Phylicia Rashad also stars as David’s teacher Dr. Woods-Trap.
(P) Wednesday, September 18 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: When it All Falls
Gloria’s (Alana Arenas) dire financial straits hits another roadblock, and David (Akili MDowell) devises a plan. Phylicia Rashad also stars as David’s teacher Dr. Woods-Trap.
(P) Wednesday, September 25 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Son of Man
Raynan (Ade Chike Torbert) and David (Akili McDowell) discuss their new plan; Seren (Nathaniel McIntyre) attends Halloween at “The Ville,” and unlikely romantic connections are revealed. Phylicia Rashad also stars as David’s teacher Dr. Woods-Trap.
Wednesdays (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT)
The Bordelons find themselves continuing their fight to save their family farm and preserve their father’s legacy as they navigate their own personal journeys. Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) remains in the thick of the trials and tribulations of both her personal and professional life as she continues to battle the Landry family while also trying to ensure Micah’s (Nicholas Ashe) safety and future. Nova (Rutina Wesley) publishes her memoir and while she goes on a book tour around the country sharing her family secrets and shaking things up at home, she unexpectedly encounters significant relationships from her past along the way. Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe) is managing fatherhood and his complicated relationship with ex-girlfriend Darla (Bianca Lawson) after learning he is not the biological father of his son, Blue (Ethan Hutchison), and is encouraged by an old friend to create opportunities for formerly incarcerated men.
(P) Wednesday, September 4 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Here
Nova (Rutina Wesley) tries to mend fences with Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe), Violet (Tina Lifford) tries to put her past behind her, and Micah (Nicholas Ashe) and Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) discuss college. Later, Romero (Walter Perez) and Charley attempt to reunite.
(F) Wednesday, September 11 (9 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: I Am
Sam Landry and Violet’s (Tina Lifford) shared past is revealed. Later, Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) realizes she’s been used by Sam Landry for his own personal agenda. Finally, the Bordelon family unites, determined to face an uncertain future, together.
OWN SPOTLIGHT: BLACK WOMEN OWN THE CONVERSATION
Saturdays (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT)
“OWN Spotlight: Black Women OWN the Conversation” features intimate conversations about important issues with honest opinions and surprising solutions that put people first. Emmy-winning presenter Carlos Watson hosts four one-hour episodes featuring a panel of celebrity guests and 100 Black women with a focus on key issues including love and relationships, motherhood, beauty, and mind, body and soul.
(P) Saturday, September 7 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Love
The third installment of “OWN Spotlight: Black Women OWN the Conversation” features model and activist Winnie Harlow, actress and activist Angelica Ross, and actress April Parker Jones with 100 Black women discussing the topic of relationships, including marriage, divorce, interracial relationships, and more.
(F) Saturday, September 14 (10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Mind, Body & Soul
The fourth installment of “OWN Spotlight: Black Women OWN the Conversation” features actress Tina Lifford, comedian and writer Nicole Byer, and author and activist Brittney Cooper with 100 Black women discussing mind, body and soul, with topics including modern spiritual practices, the historic significance of the church to Black communities, therapy, and more.
Sundays (11 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET/PT)
“SuperSoul Sunday” is the three-time Emmy award-winning series that delivers timely, thought-provoking, eye-opening and inspiring programming designed to help viewers awaken to their best selves and discover a deeper connection to the world around them. The series features all-new conversations between Oprah Winfrey and top thinkers, authors, visionaries and spiritual leaders exploring themes and issues including happiness, personal fulfillment, spirituality, conscious living and what it means to be alive in today’s world.
(P) Sunday, September 15 (11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET/PT) Episode: Super Soul Sunday: Malcolm Gladwell
Oprah Winfrey sits down with journalist, podcaster and bestselling author, Malcolm Gladwell. They discuss Gladwell’s new book, “Talking to Strangers,” where he examines his theory that prejudging people we do not know sometimes leads to dangerous consequences.