Carlos King


'Love & Marriage: D.C.' Producer Carlos King Responds to Monique Samuels' Exit (Exclusive)

Carlos King, the former executive producer of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, is breaking his silence on RHOP Monique Samuels' exit from his OWN-produced reality series Love & Marriage: D.C. The series is a spinoff of Love & Marriage: Huntsville, with Season 1 following three couples navigating love, parenthood, businesses, and friendship in Washington, D.C. Monique starred on the show alongside her husband, former NFL player Chris Samuels. Also on the show is DMV-based disc jockey DJ Quick Silva and his wife Ashley, and Jamie and Erana Taylor. The Samuels' marital trouble was on full display, with Monique complaining about Chris being stagnant and their marriage and Chris feeling frustrated and rushed to grow into the man she preferred. After the Season 2 teaser showed the Silvas and Taylors minus the Samuels, fans wondered why. Monique later addressed her exit on her morning radio D.C. show.
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The “King of Reality TV” Carlos King is coming for the late-night crown

Carlos King orchestrated some of your favorite moments on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. You can thank the 42-year-old television producer for iconic scenes like Nene Leakes’ condemnation of white refrigerators, Sheree Whitfield’s “Who gon’ check me, boo?” showdown, and Kim Zolciak’s first foray into music, “Tardy for the Party.” But after steering one of Bravo’s highest-rated ships for nine seasons from 2008 until 2017, King stepped from behind the camera into the spotlight to helm his own production company, Kingdom Reign Entertainment.
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‘Dubai’ Episode 3, ‘Beverly Hills’ Episode 6 and an Interview With Carlos King!

To kick off this week’s Morally Corrupt and spill Housewives tea, Rachel is joined by legendary Bravo producer Carlos King (1:40). Then, Rachel teams up with Juliet Litman to recap Episode 3 of The Real Housewives of Dubai (30:54), before welcoming on Jodi Walker and Amelia Wedemeyer to break down this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (51:55).

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 1 Cast Reunites on The Nightcap with Carlos King — Watch!

Grab your peaches and fasten your wigs, 'cause Carlos King is staging the ultimate Real Housewives of Atlanta throwback!. The acclaimed television producer — known for hit shows like Belle Collective, BET Presents: The Encore, Styling Hollywood and the two top-rated installments into his Love & Marriage franchise — has brought back together season 1 Atlanta Housewives Kim Zolciak-Biermann, DeShawn Snow, Shereé Whitfield and Lisa Wu for a surprise reunion.

Former ‘RHONJ’ producer Carlos King: Danielle Staub made show a ‘hit’

Pay attention, puh-lease — because former “Real Housewives of New Jersey” producer Carlos King says Danielle Staub made the Bravo reality show a “hit” when it premiered in 2009. “If Danielle Staub was not on Season 1 of ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey,’ [Teresa Giudice’s] table flip would have never happened,” King exclusively tells Page Six while promoting his new podcast “Reality with the King.” The producer, 42, notes that the ex-Bravolebrity stood strong among a tight-knit group of women, most of whom were family. Staub originated “New Jersey” alongside sisters Caroline Manzo and Dina Manzo, their sister-in-law Jacqueline Laurita and...