Ruby, Ellen and Ione Rucker are three Southern sisters -- from one of the most prominent families in the Carolinas -- who are educated, privileged and sassy. While they have a strong sisterly bond and are best friends, they also bring out the worst in one another. One reason for that could be because they work together, partnering on a natural hair care line called Rucker Roots. Ruby, the oldest of the three, is a former lawyer who spends her time volunteering and supporting education; youngest sister Ione, who used to be married to former NBA player Antawn Jamison, strives to be a successful philanthropist and businesswoman; and perfectionist Ellen is the middle sister, who has left her chiropractic practice to work on the sisters' hair care venture.
Ellen Rucker Carter
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Lone's major secret; Bakari reveals that he's going to propose to Ellen; Ruby voices her objection.
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Ruby's birthday wish is to have one more baby; Ione crosses the line with Ellen's boyfriend.
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Londyn is now a transgender woman; Riley takes losing weight to the extreme.
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Rucker Roots hair care line gets ready to launch; Lone goes on a date; Ruby and Ford's sex life.
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Bakari's proposal to Ione; Ruby makes a scene at her husband's office; Ione's aunts steal her shoes.
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Ellen's trust issues with her relationship; Ruby's parenting skills.
Singer Toni Braxton has had some ups and downs in her career, ranging from No. 1 hits to marriage (and eventual separation) and bankruptcy. The roller coaster ride that is Toni's life seems to continue on this reality series, in which she is joined by her sisters -- Traci, Tamar, Trina and Towanda -- and their mother, Evelyn. The tight-knit group of sisters' battle for the spotlight includes sibling rivalry, man drama and a DUI. Mom referees the action as the sisters' love for one another tries to keep them together during life's trials and tribulations.
NBA player Lamar Odom steps off of the hardwood and into the celebrity spotlight as he stars with wife and reality TV veteran Khloe Kardashian Odom in the not-so-creatively titled "Khloe and Lamar." The docu-series follows the couple as they try to balance their hectic schedules, families and, perhaps most importantly, their romantic one-on-one time together. The second season adds another challenge for the celebrity power couple -- adjusting to life in Texas in the aftermath of Lamar being traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks.
This Houston-based series profiles several black, female attorneys who tackle some of the toughest legal cases in Texas. The women, some of whom have known one another for decades, form a tight bond to help themselves succeed in a male-dominated profession. The featured women include Jolanda, who aims to provide justice for poor defendants; criminal lawyer Vivian, who went to law school at age 30 after leaving her banking career; civil attorney Rhonda, who specializes in class-action lawsuits and has won cases in front of the U.S. Supreme Court; public defender Juanita, who has handled over 2500 cases and was previously a partner in a firm with Rhonda; criminal attorney Monique, who has grown to enjoy being able to help people get out of tough situations; and civil lawyer Tiye, the wife of a well-known attorney.