Your favourite Real Housewives are back like you’ve never seen before. Although they may not be able to get their nails done in lockdown, they still have their claws out. With social bubbles made of a mix of friends and frenemies, some housewives will find support in each other while others will reach a boiling point.
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The Real Housewives of New York, season 13
It’s hard to believe RHONY veterans Dorinda Medley and Tinsley Mortimer won’t be joining the cast for season 13. It was arguably due for a refresh anyways, and in one of the most diverse cities in the world, many wondered why the cast didn’t reflect that. This season, The Real Housewives of New York is proud to introduce Eboni K. Williams — lawyer, TV host and RHONY’s first black housewife. Eboni’s hot off the heels of a broken engagement, on the hunt for new real estate and determined to seek truth about her family. Though the other ladies may be refreshed from time away from the city, the drama ramps up as soon as the group gets back together. Watch the premiere of The Real Housewives of New York season 13 May 4 at 9ET/PT.
Related: The Real Housewives of New York season 13 trailer debuts new housewife Eboni K. Williams.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, season 11
Get ready for an explosive season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Season 11 promises to bring contention around Erika Girardi’s divorce, two bold new housewives, and a cast grappling to adjust to the ‘new normal.’ The show welcomes Crystal Kung Minkoff and Kathy Hilton — new housewives who come with a ton of attitude and a lot of cash. Find out how these two fit in with the rest of the women when season 11 premieres May 19 at 9ET/PT.
Related: Get your first look at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11.
Million Dollar Listing New York, season 9
The agents gear up to take on one of the most challenging markets yet — New York City in a global pandemic. As city dwellers flee the city for more scenic locations, the agents will have to get creative to sell their pricey listings. New agent Kirsten Jordan won’t make things easier. She’s got a competitive edge married to a respected Italian developer, fluent in the language and her own portfolio of luxury listings worth half a billion dollars. See how she shakes things up when season 9 premieres May 6 at 9 ET/PT.
Related: Million Dollar Listing New York gets its first female Broker — and she’s a straight-up boss.
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