The show was tested as a movie before being turned into a episode series. Executive director Olde reports that "TV, sometimes, under the best of circumstances, is a gut business," and went on to say that, after testing the script, the response was good enough for them to develop it into the series.
The two-hour premiere gained a 1. It also scored a slightly higher 2. Sex and the City was an inspiration, but the real inspiration was real life These are virile women who have emotions and desires, and they will be out there looking, but they'll do it on their own terms.
Dash commented, "I have to be back in L. On August 22,VH1 renewed the series for a third season to premiere in late Littlejohn had chosen to leave after the second season.
To coincide with the third season, the series launched an e-book series. Written by New York Times author Ashley Antoinette, the e-book series helped to serve as an companion to the drama series picking up after the second season finale. Critical reception The single ladies club cast Single Ladies were not too favorable, Media Life Magazine reporter Tom Conroy reported that, "The female characters are either one-note Keishainscrutable April or incoherent Val.
Ginia Bellafante of The New York Times reports that ""Single Ladies" has issues with black men, who are depicted as way too self-regarding, and blond women, who are simply taking up too much space on the planet.
Not altogether predictably, the show reserves a certain kindness for that forgotten minority: Even if "Single Ladies" can be enjoyed in some basic brainless way and even though it's safely sequestered on VH1, where standards are aggressively lowthere's something steadfastly embarrassing about it.
Britni Danielle of clutchmagonline. By the end of the first episode, it has created three distinct characters whose vulnerability and basic decency make us like them in spite of some obvious flaws.