With the recently concluded debut season of The Real Housewives of New York City
, Bravo saw the success of the reality series that followed five gorgeously rich women who had nothing to do with their lives but create conflicts and controversies with each other. Pretty much like a Gossip Girl
for those in their mid-thirties, The Real Housewives
served up a lot of reality drama and glamour with just a handful of episodes in the show's debut season. Now, Bravo is set to take the reality series into another part of the United States, and this time, they've chosen New Jersey.
Yes, you heard it right. Bravo is serving us up with yet another spin off of The Real Housewives
franchise with The Real Housewives of New Jersey
. Like its Orange County
and New York
counterparts, The Real Housewives of New Jersey
will follow five of the most affluent women in Garden State.
According to Bravo's press release, "The newest edition of Bravo's successful 'Real Housewives' franchise brings big homes, big hair, new money and drama."
Moreover, "These best friends do everything over-the-top, from their decorating, to their dating and their fighting. The Real Housewives of New Jersey
showcases the McMansions and lavish lifestyles of these women and all the drama that money can buy."
While The Real Housewives of New York
was renewed for a second season, Bravo announced that they will renew Orange County
for its fourth. As of now, there are no further details about the New York
and Orange County
renewals, or the New Jersey
castings. Nonetheless, we will keep you posted on the developments of the ultimate reality show of the rich and glamorous, so don't forget to check back!
Meanwhile, Orange County
Housewife Jo De La Rosa
is set to star in her own reality series as she journeys to find love in Bravo's Date My Ex
. No further details have yet been announced.
-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: RealityTVWorld, New York Observer
(Photo courtesy of Bravo)