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This reality series takes a look at the daily lives of married couple Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete. She's an actress, and he's a former football star, so their fame-tinged personal lives are the ideal fodder for reality TV. The series showcases their trials and tribulations as they raise their children and deal with getting older. The series debuted on the Oprah Winfrey Network in 2016.

For Peete's Sake is a Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on March 19, 2016. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.7.

For Peete's Sake is available for streaming on the OWN website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch For Peete's Sake on demand at FuboTV, OWN online.

Saturday 9:00 PM et/pt on OWN
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
March 19, 2016
Cast: Holly Robinson Peete, Rodney Peete, Robinson Peete, Roman Peete
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For Peete's Sake Full Episode Guide

  • Holly and Dolores secure a meeting with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Cal.) to discuss how to alter police training to accommodate the special needs community.

  • Two former cops give RJ and Robinson a quick lesson in police encounters; RJ surprises Holly and Rodney when he states that he's ready to move out; and Dolores shares a family secret and starts a search for a sister she hasn't seen in 57 years.

  • After hearing about a police shooting involving an autism caregiver, Holly hosts a town hall to bring together law enforcement and the special needs community. Dolores throws herself a Decades Luncheon. Special Guests: Charles Kinsey, Robbie Montgomery.

  • Holly recruits Rodney to help find a way to talk with the Ryan and the boys about sexual consent; Trying to fit in, RJ posts an inappropriate message on his social media; Dolores battles to homeschool Robinson and Roman.

  • When Robinson and Roman have difficulty at school, Holly and Rodney investigate homeschooling possibilities; RJ loves his new occupation with the Dodgers, but Holly fights to adapt to his independence; Rodney convinces former players to become part of a study on CTE.

  • After one last goodbye to NYC, the Peetes visit Philly for a trip down memory lane; Holly and Uncle Matt look for the best spot to bury their father's ashes; Dolores takes the gang to her hometown for a reunion.

  • As Ryan gets ready to go away to college, Holly shuffles to plan a farewell celebration while also fighting to figure out the best way to let go of her father's ashes; the whole Peete family travels to NYC with Ryan for an emotional farewell.

  • Rodney schedules an MRI to check on his brain after years of football; Ryan books an open mic night and RJ lands a modeling job; Dolores decides to stay.

  • Dolores suddenly needs a place to live, which forces Holly to give up her "mom cave"; Roman tries to bulk up after he's bullied; and Ryan shoots her first music video.

  • Holly is looking to own a lifestyle brand; and also desires a "mom cave" to work from. Rodney, in the meantime, runs a support group for fathers of kids with autism; and Ryan thinks a dog could help RJ get ready for life after high school.

  • Rodney helps with the kids while Holly is busy prepping for her annual HollyRod fundraiser; and, encouraged by Dolores, Ryan steels herself for her first audition with a big-shot music producer.

  • Holly and RJ head to Detroit to open a new RJ's Place at the children's hospital; Rodney takes Ryan on a college tour which leaves Robinson stuck at home on his 13th birthday.

  • After a botched scheme to get Ryan to Lollapalooza, Dolores and Ryan try to get back in Holly and Rodney's good graces; RJ sets his sights on job hunting and becoming independent; Holly and Rodney look for creative ways to spice up their marriage.

  • Rodney tries to plan a last minute 20th anniversary ``staycation;'' Ryan wants to go to Lollapalooza and hopes her parents will let her.