Miami Social: Preview of Episode 2 "Single in Sobe"
Miami Social: Preview of Episode 2 "Single in Sobe"
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
No one could care less about the shallow happenings on Miami Social but the truth is, the show is here to stay whether we like it or not. On the other hand, if you enjoy hot bodies, beaches and drama, whether it's surrounding gays, straight people and relationships, then this show is for you.

In the season premiere of Miami Social, George's new girlfriend Lina got caught in a big fib so he turned to his ex-wife Sorah for comfort. Michael and Maria pondered on Botox while Katrina and her husband Ben announced to the group that they are calling it quits.

Tonight, the drama continues as Maria shares an emotional farewell with her 13-year-old daughter, who must journey to Switzerland for boarding school. At the same time, Trixia pushes Hardy to take their six-year romance to the next level, while Michael looks forward to his birthday bash. Of course the episode isn't complete without George and Lina so viewers can be assured that their rocky relationship will be in the spotlight once again.

Meanwhile, Miami Social cast member Maria has hinted on what viewers can expect in the coming episodes.

"You guys have NO idea how much you still have to witness. There is so much painful drama coming your way in a form of watching a relationship between Lina and George. Please try not to demonize that girl or make out George as an angel in that relationship. They truly are worth each other. Do I think their relationship is healthy? No, not really. I had a similar relationship before I and I am better off without it. It's been a long time but I a much happier, content woman now," Maria revealed.

"There are going to be plenty of glam oily bodies under the sun, buzzed gorgeous women, and sexy hot guys as a backdrop of the show," she added. "Of course amazing beautiful steamy Miami as a special guest character of the show as well and you will end up diving deep into the complexities of human relationships and personalities on the show."

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Bravo
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