Veronica gets the shock of a lifetime when she discovers the man in her bed isn't her husband. Instead, Quincy, the convict she helped free to find Candace Young, has broken in to play a game of intimidation. Is Quincy's intrusion just a matter of scare tactics, or does he have something far more sinister in mind?
Sex, lies, deceit: You have never seen a family like this! On 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' the rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting even. Watch a preview and see why sometimes the most beautiful people have the ugliest secrets.
David has a plan he thinks will silence Candace once and for all. Will it work? Plus, Hanna confronts her son about mortgaging her house and uncovers a huge secret about someone else.
Just when he thought he was done with her, Jim Cryer finds Candace in his office wearing nothing but his judge's robe. See what happens in this juicy sneak preview of an all-new episode of 'Tyler Perry's the Haves and the Have Nots.'
See what happens when Benny gets caught in Candace's web of havoc. Can he get free? Plus, when Amanda needs help with schoolwork, Candace gives her some new advice. Will it pay off?
With her husband's political campaign under way, Veronica tries to coerce her son, Jeffery, into hiding his sexuality from the press. Newly liberated and backed up by Candace, Jeffery isn't interested in submitting to his mother's plans. However, Veronica has a shocking ace in the hole.
Not unlike Jim Cryer, his character on "Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots," actor John Schneider has a quick, sarcastic wit, which often leads to ad-libbing on set. One thing Tyler Perry didn't expect John to say was that he thinks Jim is actually in love with Candace Young. Why does John think Jim has met his match? Find out now.
Jim and David are put in an uncomfortable position when Maggie suggests they join the march in support of finding Savannah's notorious hit-and-run driver. Can Jim keep it together around the murdered girl's grandfather and continue covering for Wyatt?
At the end of Season 1 of 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' Aaron O'Connell's character, Wyatt, gets behind the wheel while high and kills a little girl. This season, Aaron has had to access some deep emotions to convey Wyatt's grief, guilt and regret to the audience. Watch as the actor relates the personal tragedy that he uses to fuel those scenes.
The Cryers' lies catch up with them, things get heated between Jeffery and Landon, and David has a new, unlikely admirer. Plus, will Candace escape her kidnappers? Find out on an all-new season this May.
Jeffery and Wyatt leave the monotony of the rehab center to help Amanda move into her new apartment with Candace, and drama is bound to ensue. Plus, Benny sets Hanna up on a blind date!
After Jeffery's rough afternoon of sparring with his mother, Candace sets him up on a surprise date with Landon, the man he recently met at a club. It takes awhile for him to warm up to the idea, but Jeffery starts to open up to his new friend. However, when Landon shares his feelings about prejudice and the cruel way some people treat others, it hits too close to home for Jeffery.
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