Apparently, Bravo wants to make it so that you’re never able to do anything but watch “The Real Housewives.” In addition to the Orange County, New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, and DC incarnations of the show, they have a new entry in the franchise starting on October 14. The city of choice? Beverly Hills. The houses are enormous, the jewels are over-the-top blingy, and the kids are insanely pampered with $50K birthday parties.
The cast is pretty amazing—and includes Kelsey Grammer’s ex-wife, the sister of Kathy Hilton, and a Maloof. After the jump, the new ladies and a preview. [People] Keep reading »
Orange County can break off into the Pacific Ocean now, because a different part of California is taking over the “Real Housewives” franchise. Bravo has been improving the casts with every city the franchise lands in, and “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will be no different. These new pumped, filled, and primped women have not only been married at some point in their lives, but also have famous last names and affiliations. (For a minute there I thought Bravo didn’t know the definition of housewife.) This cast is filled out by a couple of Hilton aunts, a Maloof, and the wife of a Hollywood heavy hitter. Meet them after the jump. Keep reading »
If you’ve been keeping up with the Manzos, you know that the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” are intensely amazing with their Botox parties and Mafioso undertones. Well, Bravo isn’t slowing down anytime soon (thank God). They’ve just announced the upcoming “Real Housewives of D.C.” which will feature political wives, philanthropic leaders, fashion sophisticates, and other power players. And last week Bravo started casting for “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” That’s right, it’ll be like Orange County, only with bigger mansions and more celebrity run-ins. I bet Heidi Montag would be down!
Because we hope to see this brilliant show continue to flourish, here are ten other cities Bravo should consider for the Real Housewives franchises. Keep reading »