The Real Housewives of New York is back, and from the teaser we can tell season 13 is going to bring a lot of fun — and drama, too. This season, the group says goodbye to some big names as Dorinda Medley and Tinsley Mortimer hang up their RHONY hats to make way for new housewife Eboni K. Williams.
New housewife Eboni gets busy when it comes to her career. She’s a celebrated attorney, TV host, producer and author who takes pride in amplifying voices through her work. Fresh off of a breakup, Eboni is leaving her engagement in the rearview as she hunts for new real estate and seeks to know more about her family history.
What to expect in season 13
She’ll find a friend in Leah McSweeney, who welcomes Eboni into the group with open arms. Leah’s embarking on a new journey herself, determined to better her life by converting to Judaism. She’s leaning on her newfound spirituality to help her through co-parenting her daughter and deal with a tragic loss in her family.
Meanwhile in the Upper East Side, Luann de Lesseps is settling into her new home, looking forward to being closer to friends and even hitting the dating scene. Get ready for Luann’s new single as she pushes forward with her music career. The other ladies will help her out with the music video, but they’ll also be her support system while she gets back to sobriety.
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Ramona’s refreshed after spending some good quality time with her family in Florida — she’s back in the city and has her eye on new real estate. She hosts the ladies again at her Hamptons home and finds herself in the middle of drama that comes back to rear its ugly head.
Sonja resurfaced back in the city after going off the grid for a while. She’s looking for a fresh start grounded in self-love and self-care, putting positive energy at the top of her priorities. After returning to the Townhouse, Sonja will reconnect with friends and see what the dating scene has in store for her.
Watch The Real Housewives of New York season 13 premiere May 4 at 9 ET/PT. Stream all your favourite Slice shows through STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, or with the new Global TV app, live and on-demand.