'Real Housewives of Miami' Season 2 Preview: A Fresh Start

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 expect of season 2?

The Real Housewives of Miami: Meet Karent Sierra & Joanna Krupa

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 the Real Housewives franchise had pegged the ladies of Miami as D.O.A. and expected them to meet the same fate of their D.C. sisters in cancellation heaven. However, Bravo had different plans for the Miami Housewives and decided to give the show a second chance by trimming off some unnecessary/unwanted fat (aka Larsa Pippen and Cristy Rice) and giving it a much-needed makeover. The revamped Real Housewives of Miami will include new additions to the cast to join returning Housewives Lea Black, Adriana De Moura Sidi, and Marysol Patton in giving us enough face and drama to make us forget that the first season of RHOM ever happened. Read More...

'Real Housewives of Miami' Star Joanna Krupa Talks New Season and Reveals Odd Personal Detail

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.

'The Real Housewives of Miami' Season 2 Cast Revealed

There are new faces joining the cast when the show returns in September.

'Real Housewives of Miami': Adriana de Moura Promises "Best Season Yet"

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 housewives, talks about the upcoming season.

Real Housewives of Miami Star Says Co-Stars “Ruined” the First Season

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, with filming well underway for the second season, RHoM star and firecracker Adriana de Moura is opening about what really went wrong the first time.

Joanna Krupa and Lisa Hochstein Rumored to Be Joining the Real Housewives of Miami for Season 2

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!

'Real Housewives of Miami' Star's Son in the ICU Following Car Accident

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 RadarOnline, the 13-year-old son of 'The Real Housewives of Miami' star Alexia Echevarria, Frankie, has been in the ICU following a horrific car accident on Sunday. Although sources told the Miami Herald that Frankie's condition was "very bad" Thursday, Alexia updated her Twitter followers on her son's status Thursday night. "Frankie's pelvic surgery went well today thanks to God and all your prayers. He is stable and getting stronger day by day."

Real Housewives of Miami Will Return for Season 2

Despite its low ratings and less-than-stellar cast, The Real Housewives of Miami has been renewed for a second season.Sunshine State housewife Alexia Echevarria confirmed at Sean John’s fragrance launch party earlier this week that she’s inked a deal with Bravo to star in the franchise’s sophomore season. The next Miami go-round will have some major changes that will shake things up a bit, like the absence of Scottie Pippen’s ex-wife, Larsa. Reportedly, Pippen wasn’t...

'Real Housewives of Miami' Returning For a Season 2?

Despite low ratings, could Bravo's 'The Real Housewives of Miami' be returning for a second season? According to the Miami Herald, Bravo is looking to recast some of the women. A source told the publication Bravo has changed producers and casting agents and is now in the interview process for building a Season 2 cast. The original women are being considered, but considering how lackluster the first season was, it's a safe bet to assume if the show returns, not all the Season 1 women will.