Any headlines and stories declaring the next Real Housewives series on Bravo would be set in Nashville are not accurate, according to Andy Cohen.
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Bobby Zarin, Jill Zarin’s husband, died from cancer today. He was 71. He appeared on The Real Housewives of New York City during its first four seasons, when Jill was a central cast member.
Luann D’Agostino just announced on Twitter that she’s divorcing Tom D’Agostino, three days after insisting they were happy together.
The reality TV trip has been a source of drama from season one of The Real World, when Heather, Becky, and Julie went to Jamaica, where Becky and Bill the show’s director—ex-Real World director, that is—hooked up. That trip was positively tame considering what followed over the next 25 years, and of course, now entire shows… continue reading
Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise will reach a milestone with the debut of The Real Housewives of Orange County: its 100th main cast member.
The Real Housewives of New York City’s ninth season has had a slow start over its first five episodes, which have been dragged down by the election.
Sesame Street released a three-part parody of The Real Housewives called The Real Grouches of Sesame Street. It doesn’t work. I’m a grouch.
The Real Housewives of New York City returns tonight, following a series-high scene last season that began with Bethenny revealing Tom’s betrayal to LuAnn.
Bravo announced the return of The Real Housewives of New York City today and released the “this season on” trailer that highlights all of the spectacular and absolutely pointless drama.
Among the highlights: Sonja Morgan claiming she was allergic to a man’s sperm; more Tom drama, including Bethenney crying; Bethenney jumping naked into a pool, and she’s only blurred out Naked and Afraid-style (i.e. there’s a full moon); and a cameo by early season cast member Jill Zarin, who hasn’t been on the show in years.
Former Bravo executive and current celebrity Andy Cohen appeared at the Television Critics Association press tour yesterday to talk about his late-night Bravo show, which had “an official name change” and is now Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, which if you ask me sounds less like a name change and more like an ego stroke. In any… continue reading