Tami Roman
Tami Roman is pictured onstage at the After Party Live at the BET Awards Post Show on June 24, 2018, in Los Angeles. Paras Griffin/Getty Images

"Basketball Wives" star Tami Roman is getting her own spinoff, "Tami Ever After."

According to People, the description for the hour-long show reads, “When Tami Roman’s longtime love Reggie imports his loud, crazy Houston family to LA to help him pop the question, it’s ‘Down Home Trill meets Beverly Hills’ in a blended family comedic romp that reveals Tami’s relationship insecurities in an unexpected turn of events. What will happen when Reggie pulls out all the stops to show Tami how much she means to him? Can Tami let go of her past once-and-for-all and chase her own Happily Ever After…?”

Roman told the news outlet, “I’m truly excited that my fans will finally get an opportunity to see my crazy family dynamic with my children — Lyric, Jazz — and my boyfriend Reggie.”

Although Roman refers to Reggie Youngblood as her boyfriend, rumors swirled that the couple got married last August. If the rumors prove to be true, this would be the second marriage for the 49-year-old. She was previously wed to NBA player Kenny Anderson until 2001. Anderson is the father of Roman's daughters, 24-year-old Lyric and 22-year-old Jazz.

The spinoff is just the beginning for "The Real World" veteran. Roman announced that "Tami Ever After" is the first project as part of an overall deal with "Love & Hip-Hop" creator Mona Scott-Young and her company Monami Productions. Together, they will produce "alternative and scripted content," according to Deadline.

Roman shared the news to social media on Thursday night, writing, "OMG! I’m so excited to be apart of the Monami family."

In addition to the spinoff, Deadline mentions "Queen City" and "Big Oil Houston" as additional series in connection with Roman and Scott-Young's deal, as well as "several scripted and formatted projects."

“I’m so excited about the magic that Mona and I are creating," Roman told the publication. "She has always been very supportive of my career and ideas and I’m happy to be a part of her company. This will be an incredible journey.”

"The Bonnet Chronicles" creator wasn't the only one with good things to say. Scott-Young also shared her excitement.

“Tami is a true multi-hyphenate; not only is she a talent on camera, she’s also an incredibly intuitive and creative producer,” she told Deadline. "I love working with smart, dynamic women and Tami Roman is a rock star!”

Tami Roman first hit the reality scene when she was cast on MTV's "The Real World: Los Angeles" in 1993. Since appearing on the reality series, Roman has acted in supporting roles for various television shows and made cameo appearances. It wasn't until she became a main cast member on the VH1 reality series "Basketball Wives" and subsequently, "Basketball Wives LA," that the New York native's career really began to take off.

"Tami Ever After" premieres June 19 at 9 p.m. EST on VH1.