- Married to Medicine star Quad Webb co-hosted a daytime talk show, Sister Circle, with Syleena Johnson, Trina Braxton, and Rashan Ali.
- Sister Circle ended in 2020 because it “had not grown its audience enough to continue.”
- Quad’s comparison of her relationship with her Sister Circle co-stars versus her Married to Medicine ones resurfaced after a Season 10 episode of the Bravo series.
Although the former biology student initially wanted a career in the healthcare industry, her personal life led her to become a reality TV icon with over a decade in the game. While establishing herself as a household name on Married to Medicine, Quad stepped into another lane as a TV One’s Sister Circle talk show host.
Sister Circle was Quad’s first significant leap away from M2M and her co-stars. The leap caused friction between Quad and her friend group while Sister Circle was on the air and after it wrapped in 2020. Keep reading to see why Sister Circle ended and where Quad stands with her co-hosts today.
Why did ‘Sister Circle’ end?
Sister Circle was Quad’s breakout role in daytime TV. Married to Medicine’s fandom was excited to see the Bravolebrity show more of her outgoing and bold personality on the TV One show alongside her co-hosts Syleena Johnson, Rashan Ali, and Trina Braxton. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the syndicated talk show was slated to rival other popular daytime shows such as The View and The Real, adding in the perspective of an all-Black panel.
Sister Circle premiered in September 2018 with Quad, Syleena, Rashan, and comedian Kiana Dancie. After a stellar first season, Trina replaced Kiana as a co-host and remained on the series until Season 3.
The series was doing great until 2020. During that time, the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic forced a worldwide shutdown that halted production on most TV shows, including Sister Circle. Still, in the early stages of the pandemic, Quad and her co-hosts continued trying to film the show virtually. However, by that April, TEGNA WATL in Atlanta confirmed that Sister Circle would end after three seasons and stated the show “had not grown its audience enough to continue.”
“Our four talented, engaging hosts had an uplifting and positive impact on daytime viewers, and we are so proud of the team and what Sister Circle has accomplished in its almost three-year run,” the station shared.
Is Quad Webb still friends with her ‘Sister Circle’ co-stars?
Those familiar with Quad expected her to spill all the tea on what led to Sister Circle’s demise. However, when the cancellation happened, neither Quad nor her co-stars officially addressed why the show was no longer.
Quad returned to Married to Medicine after the show wrapped and has been there ever since. In Season 8 of the show, rumors swirled that Quad was getting demoted to a “friend” role, but by Season 9, she was back full-time. During Season 10, Quad’s relationship with her Sister Circle co-stars came up on a trip with her M2M co-stars.
While she hasn’t been seen out with them since Sister Circle wrapped, Quad shared in Season 7 of Married to Medicine that she would “give up” being friends with women until her co-hosts came into her life. Quad’s Married to Medicine co-stars have taken offense to the statement. Dr. Jackie Walters said in a December 2023 episode that the group became divided against Quad after she joined Sister Circle.
Dr. Heavenly Kimes also commented on Quad’s relationship with her Sister Circle co-hosts compared to the one she has with her M2M co-stars. During Married to Medicine Episode 607, a fan said Heavenly and the group shouldn’t be mad about Quad being closer to her Sister Circle co-hosts than she was with them. Heavenly reposted the comment and asked the fan, “Where are they now? Ijs.”
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