Tina & Erica’s solo singles are in direct competition, building tensions and sabotaging Warryn's desperate plan to bring Mary Mary back together. Then, a miraculous Divine Intervention shocks the entire family!
Erica and Tina both go after their solo projects full force, but Tina has an epic meltdown moments before her big solo show—only Teddy can help because Erica is on tour. Warryn gets an ominous call from Sony.
Tina's confession on the radio about Teddy's infidelities leaves Erica panicked that her sister is hurting the Mary Mary brand. Tina’s mess-up costs Warryn money, and Erica nearly collapses from exhaustion.
Erica desperately needs a vacation, so when Warryn cancels their getaway for a work trip in NYC, things get heated. But the real fireworks begin when Tina tells Erica it’s time get Mary Mary back together.
While Erica is touring and unavailable for her sister, a frustrated “New” Tina tries to keep the “Old” Tina at bay while planning her wedding and meeting Teddy’s estranged father for the very first time.
Mary Mary's Ebony cover story ignites a firestorm of controversy surrounding Tina and Teddy's relationship. Tina finds out Teddy's infidelity was worse than she thought and Erica stands by her sister through it all.
Tina and Erica head to the Bahamas for a performance and to celebrate their birthdays but learn devastating news about their dad’s health. Teddy reveals more about his infidelity to Warryn, threatening Tina’s marriage.
Tina tells Erica that she exposed Teddy’s infidelity in a magazine interview and is struggling with forgiveness. The ladies clash with their manager, Mitchell, and confront him with their dissatisfaction.
Being an award winning musical sensation is a dream come true for Erica and Tina, but Mary Mary’s constant touring takes a toll on their lives when a performance keeps them away from home on Thanksgiving.
It's the final season for Mary Mary and WE are going to miss them! So what better time then now, to look back at the long journey of Tina and Erica Campbell, the legendary gospel duo, through their days of victory and hardship.
Last season of Mary Mary, sister rivalry was at an all time high filled with backstabbing and betrayal. Or was this just an misunderstanding? Will this final season be the end of Mary Mary as we know it?