After a lackluster first season fail, The Real Housewives of Miami is returning for a second season on Thursday. But with four new housewives and a new production company the show is barely recognizable starting from the very first episode. So what can we more
Bravo is about to get hot under the collar as the Real Housewives of Miami returns with a new look, new attitude, and most importantly, four new Housewives!
After a disastrous first season and an even more disastrous live reunion special, most fans of more
Last week Bravo announced the return of The Real Housewives of Miami for season 2. Now The Huffington Post has an interview with Joanna Krupa, one of the four new cast members. http://www.buddytv.com/articles/the-real-housewives-of-miami/real-housewives-o more
Last month, Bravo announced that the poorest rated show of their Real Housewives franchise, The Real Housewives of Miami , would return for a second season . Now in an interview with the Miami New Times , Adriana de Moura, one of the three returning house more
Before Bravo agreed to renew the largely unsuccessful Real Housewives of Miami, the show had to undergo a major facelift. The network recast three the original Housewives — only Marysol Patton, Lea Black, and Adriana will return for Season 2. Now, wi more
Bravo has yet to release the names of the ladies it’s bringing on board for the newly renewed Real Housewives of Miami (half the cast was cut for Season 2’s retooling), but as always, casting rumors are swirling! http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/late more
Bravo's 'Real Housewives' are having a run of terrible luck lately.
'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' husband Russell Armstrong's suicide has dominated the news cycle this week, but another franchise has experienced its own tragedy. According to Ra more
It's smart that they're calling this a Watch What Happens: Live special, because I tried to watch last week's finale episode and couldn't really make it all the way through. I'm very interested to see how they do a live reunion show, though, and grateful more
It's probably no surprise that the first-ever live 'Housewives' reunion show resulted in more than one commercial-break brawl. And that they needed an electric fan set up in that sweaty Bravo clubhouse (it wasn't for the windswept hair, was it?)
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"It was so stupid, and so retarded ... that I don't want to talk about it anymore." - Elsa, on Marysol's cooking party.
Actually, was she talking about the show? What? Oh, never mind. Some plot lines are actually starting to take off here, and it has on more
You may have noticed that we've pretty much ignored "The Real Housewives of Miami" in its inaugural season. We know. That's not like us. We're usually all over the "Real Housewives" franchise. The thing is we have been watching, but there's so little to s more
Whoa, what the hell just happened? Has the Real Housewives of Miami become miraculously relevant?
Bear with me here, folks, I haven't completely lost my rocker. After last week's drowse-inducing episode, the Miami Housewives returned to their tried and more
Well, Marysol and Philippe's wedding was refreshingly simple and pared-down, despite the fact that the justice of the peace read their self-written vows. No weeks of stressed-out planning, just a ride up the mountain to the ceremony. Plus, Marysol remains more
Marysol's getting married! She and Philippe had a Freaky Friday , because she was calm on the day of the wedding and he was nervous like she was the day before. I know that's not truly what a Freaky Friday (the phenomenon) is, but you know what I mean. Ma more
"Oooh food!" as Elsa would say, spying a nondescript cardboard box. Lea was a definite oh-hell-to-the-PETA-no on the pork. Larsa didn't eat it and neither did Alexia, the host. So why, exactly, was a whole pig on the menu? For the show of it all, it seeme more