Millennial Mental Health and Heartache Addressed on New Episode of Tough Love: Los Angeles
CLEO TV brings mental health and the aftermath of heartbreak to the forefront with an all-new series.
Based on the Emmy-nominated web series TOUGH LOVE, the The 10-episode prime-time series spinoff takes a raw and vulnerable look at the very real challenges of losing a loved one and enduring a breakup.
The crew begins to unravel as this week’s episode addresses themes of self-harm and grief. Having a very difficult time processing her brother’s death, Mya begins to self-medicate. Responding to an apparent plea for help, Rashad urges Story to check on Mya after he receives a cryptic text message.
After breaking down the door, they find Mya nearly passed out and attempt to resuscitate her. Story continues to catfish Raymond until he gets fed up with her excuses and decides to cut her off. Brian and Denise continue to butt heads as she doesn’t understand why Brian refuses to use a portion of his investment money on their impending wedding plans.
Created by Caleb and Roni Davis, TOUGH LOVE was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 2017 for Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series. The series is produced by Creative Direction Group. Dexter Cole is Senior Vice President of Program Scheduling and Acquisitions for TV One.
Tune in to the new series TOUGH LOVE: LOS ANGELES this Sunday, January 17 at 9 P.M. ET/8C on CLEO TV.
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