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'The Haves and the Have Nots' Returns After a Short Break

Updated on August 14, 2018
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Margaret Minnicks has been an online writer for many years. She writes about various things, including celebrities and television shows.

Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots returns on OWN after a short break. The last episode was on July 17. Less than a month later, the series is returning on August 14. Viewers have discovered the popular series does not go according to the schedule of most television shows. The Haves and the Have Nots also have shorter seasons with only a few episodes.

Fans are glad it is returning so they can find out what will happen after many deaths that occurred close together on the last episodes including two on the finale. There are a lot of unsolved deaths that occurred in previous seasons.

Fans are making suggestions to Perry to solve some of their murders before moving on with other deaths. Of course, he might not listen.

Deaths on the Series

There are some unsolved cases that go back to Season 3 when Amanda Cryer died under mysterious circumstances. When D.A. Jennifer Sallison was investigating the case, Katherine Cryer killed her and covered it up. The murders of Quincy Maxwell and Warwick Lewis were never solved.

Back in Season 2, Jim Cryer ordered Professor Cannon's death for raping Amanda. He also ordered Officer Terrell and Veronica's death. We know Veronica wasn't killed Maggie Day's murder was never solved.

During the last season, Wyatt Cryer attacked one of the Malones, and he is hospitalized. Benny was accused of the crime and put in jail. However, his own mother turned him in.

Candace Young caused Oscar's death by pushing him out a window and saying it was a suicide. Pregnant Melissa attempted suicide many times over the last seasons. She finally did it when she jumped from the roof of a house in front of Veronica Harrington and Hanna Young.

Veronica wanted to cause harm to her ex-husband David Harrington and his mistress, Erica. During the last moment of the finale, David gifted Erica with a new car after Veronica had destroyed her old car. You can see in the damaged car in the video above. Erica got in the car and was going to take David for a ride. The car exploded before David got in it. It appears as if Erica was killed. However, viewers will find out when the series returns on August 14, 2018 with the title, The Road to Hell.

Hopefully, there will be some good things happening when the series returns. There have been just too many deaths. Many of them are unsolved murder cases.

Fans Want Tyler Perry to Get Rid of a Character

Fans are excited about the return of The Haves and the Have Nots, but there is one character they are tired of seeing. They are calling for Perry to take drastic measure to remove one character, according to Atlanta Black Star. They want Wyatt Cryer off the show. They say he adds no value to it.

There was one season where he did nothing but lie on the bed as if he was dead. He said nothing. He did nothing. He didn't even move. According to the script, he died of an overdose until he was discovered to be alive after all. He spent most of last season in a straitjacket.

Aaron O'Connell who plays Wyatt Cryer is nothing like the character he plays. He is a 32-year-old model and actor. He has his private pilot's license and flies a Cirrus SR22. In real life, he is not the bad seed like his character.

Between the time The Haves and the Have Nots was off the air and the time it returns, Aaron O'Connell who plays Wyatt got married to his model fiancée. He and Natalie Pack were married had been engaged for one year before they got married in Italy on July 21, 2018.

Viewers think Perry needs to do something different with Wyatt or write him out of the series. He has milked the drug overdoses as much as viewers can stand.

What Fans Say About Wyatt

Fans don't mind saying they want Wyatt taken off the show. They are tired of him being in and out of drug rehab and jail. They know it is fictitious, but they find it offensive the way he treats his parents. He turned them over to the police and said he wished they were dead. It is not Wyatt's fault that Tyler Perry is casting him that way, but fans are sick of it.


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