Sometimes you need a break from cheesy Christmas movies, and if you’ve gotten to that point, we have you covered. Slice TV has two new Real Housewives seasons for you to add to your December binge-fest. We also have a bonus show suggestion if you want a hit of nostalgia while you’re cozied up next to the Christmas tree. You can watch full seasons from the start with the Global TV app or STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, and get everything from Southern Charm to Don’t Be Tardy right at your fingertips. Of course, you can always watch Slice daily on TV with your cable package so you never miss the drama. Here’s what’s new to Slice this month.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta pulled a new season out of the bag despite COVID-19 setbacks. Find out how Cynthia Bailey got married in a ceremony with over 250 guests in the height of the pandemic, and where the chips fall with Kenya Moore’s rocky marriage. RHOA also welcomes newbies Drew Sidora and LaToya Ali to the cast as franchise favourite Nene Leakes makes her exit.
The Real Housewives of Dallas returns for its fifth season, adding new cast members Tiffany Moon and Jennifer Davis Long along for the ride. Watch as Tiffany battles to balance life as a frontline worker during the pandemic with family, and Jennifer stirs up drama as a friend of the ladies. The returning cast members will go through everything from rebuilding relationships with estranged family members to embarking on new and challenging career paths.
Watch the premiere of The Real Housewives of Dallas December 31 at 9et, and then tune in for the rest of the season Tuesdays at 9et. If that doesn’t fit into your schedule, watch the season on STACKTV or the Global TV App.
Here’s your bonus! Get a major dose of nostalgia with Saved By the Bell, with all 10 episodes available to watch on W Network and STACKTV. Elizabeth Berkley Lauren and Mario Lopez reprise their roles as Jessie Spano and A.C. Slater as a new class takes over at Bayside High.
About the show:
Welcome back to Bayside! Things are different than the last time we were here. The new series starts with California governor Zack Morris facing heat for closing too many underfunded high schools. He suggests they send the affected students to the most upper-class schools in the state – including Bayside High. The new batch of students shakes things up at the privileged Bayside High.
- The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City
- The Real Housewives of Johannesburg
- The Real Housewives of Orange County
- The Real Housewives of Potomac
- The Real Housewives of New York
- Southern Charm
- Bravo’s Chat Room
- Don’t Be Tardy
- Million Dollar Listing New York
- Below Deck
- Vanderpump Rules
- …and more!