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[via press release from OWN]
OWN: OPRAH WINFREY NETWORK TO LAUNCH A NEW SEASON OF THE POPULAR SERIES "UNFAITHFUL: STORIES OF BETRAYAL" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
The OWN original series "Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal," which features couples who share their intensely personal stories of the ultimate betrayal in marriage, is returning for a second season premiering Saturday, February 4. (9-10 p.m. ET/PT) In each episode, two couples share their deeply personal stories of heartbreak, while a therapist provides inside perspective on how each couple began the healing process. Intensely honest and revealing, this series illustrates how couples can come to terms with infidelity and share their stories of betrayal.
During this season, viewers will meet a man so desperate to support his family he resorts to starting an affair with a neighbor who pays him for his services, the death of a parentcomes between a couple when one seeks solace in another partner, overwhelming duties as a new parent and husband pushes one man to look for comfort in anescort and a women sparks a love affair with a former flame, after feeling neglected and devalued by her husband.
The series is produced by True Entertainment. Executive producers are Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh and Stephanya Jon Bareham.
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