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What to Watch on Slice This November

Robyn Dixon, Gizelle Bryant in RHOP
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The weather is cooling down, so many of us are heading indoors to warm up with our favourite hot reality dramas. Luckily there is plenty to look forward to this November, from new cast members to new seasons and spinoffs. Below Deck is back for an impressive tenth season, but will this be the final time legendary Captain Lee Rosbach sets sail? And how will the latest spinoff, Below Deck Adventure, compare?

If you miss the episodes, catch up with the Global TV app or STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, fuboTV, Rogers Ignite TV and Ignite SmartStream and get full seasons of everything from The Real Housewives of New Jersey to Below Deck Sailing Yacht 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 November.

Captain Kerry Titheradge on Below Deck Sailing Adventures
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Below Deck Adventure, S1 (premieres Nov. 1 at 9EP)

Get ready for all of the boatmances and drama you can handle, but this time we’ll set sail far from the traditional Mediterranean and Australian backdrops. Captain Kerry Titheradge oversees a new crew of yachties as they head to the Nordic Fjords, where excursions include paragliding and cave explorations. Chef Jess Condy, Bosun Lewis Lupton, Chief Stew Faye Clarke, Stews Kasie Faddah and Oriana Schneps and Deckhands Kyle Dickard, Michael Gilman and Nathan Morly are onboard to help guests (including The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Heather Gay) have the time of their lives, all while partaking in some of that jaw-dropping scenery and crushing on each other, of course.

See also: Head to the Fjords of Norway in the exhilarating trailer for ‘Below Deck Adevnture.’

Captain Lee Rosbach, and Andy Cohen at Bravocon
Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo


Below Deck, S10 (premieres Nov. 21 at 9EP)

To commemorate a decade of seasons, Captain Lee is celebrating everything new. That includes a primarily new crew, plenty of new drama and a new superyacht in the form of a 197-foot vessel named St. David. Here to help the Captain get the new yachties in shape are returning chef Rachel Hargrove and Chief Stew Fraser Olender. But how will they get along with Bosun Ross McHarg, Stews Hayley De Sola Pinto and Alissa Humber, Deck/Stew Camille Lamb and Deckhands Tony Duarte, Katie Glaser and Ben Willoughby? We’ll have to tune in to see. What we do know from the trailer is there will be plenty of twerking, a bit of overserving and guests who are as obsessed with the Stud of the Sea, a.k.a. Captain Lee, as you are.

See also: The 5 best (and 5 worst) ‘Below Deck’ Chief Stews.

Love Without Borders, S1 (premieres Nov. 30 at 10EP)

If you’ve zipped through all of the latest reality dating shows and need something new to warm you up this November, it’s time to meet the six American singles featured in this incoming series. These men and women have struck out at love over and over in life, and now they’re willing to do whatever it takes to find it. So they ditch everything – their friends, families and jobs – and head to an unknown overseas destination. There, matchmakers pair them with the “perfect” partner. At the end of the experiment, they’ll be faced with what could be the hardest decision of their lives: leave life behind as they knew it and take a chance on love, or strike out and go home single.

See also: How to calm first-date nerves – tips from a dating expert.


Whitney Rose, Heather Gay, Angie Katsanevas
Photo by: Fred Hayes/Bravo

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, S3 (Wednesdays at 9EP)

One of the newer Real Housewives franchises on the block has been delivering in Season 3. The Jen Shah drama reached a crescendo at the end of October when we saw how her guilty plea played out with the rest of the ladies. Looking forward, her future with the series is unclear, but there are plenty of other meaty storylines for us to sink our teeth into in the meantime. Meredith and Lisa continue to be at each other every chance they get. Still, even more unexpectedly, it seems like former besties and second cousins Heather and Whitney have a lot to get over if they’re ever going to rekindle their friendship.

See also: Ranked: ‘RHOSLC’ stars’ net worth.

 -- Pictured: (l-r) Charrisse Jackson Jordan, Mia Thornton, Ashley Darby, Gizelle Bryant
Photo by: Shannon Finney/Bravo

The Real Housewives of Potomac, S7 (Sundays at 8E/5P)

It took a few weeks, but now that we know the Season 7 taglines, things seem to be heating up onscreen with the ladies of Potomac. There’s the Darbys’ divorce, which was leaked to the press, plus lots of other relationship drama between all of the returning women. Former Housewife Charrisse Jackson-Jordan returning as a friend of the housewives hasn’t sat well with all the ladies, for example, and Robyn seems to have drama with almost everyone. Add in Mia’s health scare and Gizelle and Candiace feuding over allegations against Candiace’s husband, and it’s hard to believe we’re only getting started on the season!

See also: How old are ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac?’

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