Tyler Perry's "The Haves and the Have Nots" returned on OWN on Tuesday, June 20 with the start of another season with power packed episodes. As usual, the premiere of the new season had a lot of drama that continued from last season. Some questions were answered that had kept fans in suspense since seeing the finale months ago.

Hanna's faith

Hanna Young's faith is tested like never before as she deals with the death of her grandson and other family matters. Usually, Hanna is the religious one who suggests prayers. After learning about the death of her grandson, Benny suggests that they pray, but Hanna said she didn’t have anything left to pray for.

Through sobs, she laments about how her grandson, Little Q, had a hard life and how she wanted more for him. Benny tries to call Candace, the boy's mother, but Candace didn't answer her phone. By the time the episode ended, Candace still hasn't found out her son has died.

Retaliation for Warlock

When Rose finds out that Warlock had done, she sets out to get vengeance. She calls her people and tells them to dig up the D.A.'s body and put it in Warlock's trunk. She promised that all hell will be leased on War for shooting up the motel room where Mitch was. He didn't get hurt, but Hanna's grandson was killed.

Jeffrey and Melissa

In the last season, Melissa had attempted suicide after learning about the death of her father.

Jeffrey called for help for Melissa. In the meantime, he tells Veronica what happened. Instead of his mother being sympathetic about Melissa and her father, Veronica is more concerned that the girl had bled on her $1,100 sheets. She tries to bring Melissa back into consciousness by repeatedly slapping her. Even though it was 4 a.m.

Veronica calls her maid to take a bus and come over to clean up the mess.

David and Erica

David and Oscar talked at the hotel bar about Erica. Oscar warned David to watch his heart because he suspects Erica is playing him. Oscar is right because Erica is using David. He is going to be in for a rude awakening when he finds out what Erica is all about and what she is after.

Tyler Perry knows how to entangle all of his characters. Almost every person's issues are interwoven with somebody else's issues. If the premiere episode was an indication of what is to happen during the rest of the season, then viewers are in for a real treat. They will look forward to seeing "The Haves and the Have Nots" every Tuesday at 9 p.m. on OWN.