Bravo is on fire with its string of reality shows, including the hit series, “Married to Medicine,” whose first season is in the books. Although it’s been a popular one, a group of Howard University medical students don’t want a season 2; they want it to stay off the air and even started a petition. Eurweb.com has the petition language.
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