Update: A previous version of this article had the show tentatively named "Stevie & Joseline Take L.A." A rep for VH1 has revealed that for now the spinoff is being called "Stevie & Joseline."


Stevie J and his wife Joseline Hernandez are getting their own VH1 reality show. The series will be a spinoff of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," which currently stars Stevie J, Hernandez, Mimi Faust and a number of other rappers, singers and models. 

According to Variety, the show will follow the pair as they head to Los Angeles to continue pursuing their dreams. In the Aug. 17 finale of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," it seemed like the couple had split. Stevie J, real name Steven Jordan, was seen traveling alone to L.A. to star in the movie “That Time of the Month,” while Hernandez stayed in Atlanta to work on her rap career.

However, if fans have been paying attention to Hernandez's Twitter account, she's been teasing the spinoff show for the past several weeks. Earlier this month, she tweeted, "Third week of filming #TheJordansTakeLA." A few weeks ago she posted a photo of her and Stevie J, writing, “#TheJordans #ForTheStarsFashionHouse #Jacob #VH1 #TheJordansTakeLA #PuertoRicanPrincess.”

According to the VH1 site, in the new series Hernandez will try to “bond with Stevie’s five children and Stevie J heads back to the studio and reconnects with old friends in the music industry.” Susan Levison, VH1's EVP of original programming and production, added, “We’re excited to fuel our audience’s continued fascination with all things hip hop by extending the storylines of some of their favorite ‘Love & Hip Hop’ cast members.”

"Stevie & Joseline Take L.A." is expected to premiere this winter, along with the second season of "K. Michelle: My Life," which follows the former "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star as she continues working on her music career after relocating to Los Angeles.