Tyler Perry’s “The Haves And The Have Nots” formally ends with Season 8

#Roommates, if you’re a fan of OWN’s long-running hit series “The Haves And The Have Nots,” we have bad news. It has just been confirmed that creator Tyler Perry’s popular family drama series is officially ending after its eighth season.

@Deadline reports that OWN Network recently spread the news that Tyler Perry’s “The Have And The Have Nots” will finally end after eight seasons and 196 episodes. The final episode will air in May, following the mid-season finale that airs this week.

“The Haves And Have Nots” is the final Tyler Perry series on OWN as part of Perry’s deal, which ended in March 2019. The series premiered in May 2013 as the network’s first script drama and one of the network’s highest rated shows. During the run, the series averaged nearly 3 million viewers and consistently ranked in the top 2 cable series among African American women and total viewers for all seven seasons.

Released a statement on the show’s final season, Oprah Winfrey said:

“The Haves and the Have Nots” was the first script-drama we aired on OWN, and to say it started from the day it blew up is an understatement. It is all thanks to the creativity and very vivid imagination of one man, a man I refer to as my ‘big little brother’ Tyler Perry. I thank Tyler, the incredible cast, the tireless crew, and every single viewer who watched with bated breath every week and tweeted with us for the past eight years. I’ll be watching with all of you this final season. “

“The Haves and the Have Nots” revolves around the intricate dynamic between the rich and powerful Cryer and Harrington families and the hired help working for them in their opulent mansions. The series stars are John Schneider, Tika Sumpter, Angela Robinson, Renee Lawless, Crystal Fox, Peter Parros, Tyler Lepley, Gavin Houston, Aaron O’Connell, Brett Davis and Brock Yurich.

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