'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 4 Premiere Date Announced
'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 4 Premiere Date Announced
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Bravo has announced that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be returning for season 4 on Monday, November 4.

Returning for another season are Kim and Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville, Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster. New cast members include Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giruad de Ohoven. Missing from the cast, of course, is Adrienne Maloof, who lost her spot on RHOBH after refusing to show up for last season's reunion. But there is also no sign of Taylor Armstrong in the cast lineup or in the season 4 trailer.

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The addition of Carlton and Joyce to the cast is significant because it is the first time women of color have been introduced to what was before a white-washed cast (like with Real Housewives of Orange County, New York, and New Jersey).

Carlton is a London-born former actress from The Young and the Restless and Suddenly Susan. She is now married to David Gebbia, who is the owner of multiple successful businesses. She has three children between the ages two and 11 years old and is currently very active with Wildlife Waystation, a non-profit sanctuary that benefits wild and exotic animals.

Joyce is also an actress; she appeared in Dude, Where's My Car? and Baywatch, and starred in NBC's Siberia this past summer. She is a former Miss World Puerto Rico and Miss Universe Puerto Rico, and was second runner-up at the Miss Universe pageant in 1998. She is married to Oscar nominated producer Michael Ohoven and they have two sons.

Check out the season 4 trailer below:

The trailer indicates that, at some point, there will be a shift in alliances, especially in the relationship between Lisa and Brandi, who spent the last two seasons becoming fast friends.

It also shows Kyle being the target of vicious rumors that her husband, Mauricio, is cheating on her. But her sister Kim seems to be thriving in her sobriety, having fun and standing up for herself instead of letting her sister or other cast members just walk all over her. And Yolanda is dealing with overcoming Lyme disease, something that she says is the most difficult thing she has ever struggled with in her life.

What do you think of the cast shake-up? Will you be tuning in?

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