Codie Elaine and Tommy Oliver of OWN's Black Love Series. (Photo: OWN)

After more than five years as the #1 non-sports cable telecast in its time period among African-American women, “Black Love” will come to a close with the airing of the series’ finale Saturday, August 27 (10 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on OWN.

For six seasons, the NAACP-nominated docuseries, from filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver and Confluential Films, has sought to answer the question “What does it take to make a marriage work?” and has featured the real, honest, emotional and transparent love stories of Black Love from some of the most successful people in entertainment and business as well as everyday couples.

Throughout its run on OWN, the series has sparked elevated conversations and showcased some of America’s favorite Black couples, and in the final episode couples share the reality behind the term “relationship goals” and reveal that the true goal is knowing that tough times will come and go, no matter who you are and what your relationship looks like from the outside.

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