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After a premiere season full of poorly-planned parties, really bad clothing and completely inane fights about racial identity, Andy Cohen and Bravo were satisfied enough to renew The Real Housewives of Potomac for a second season. Congratulations, ladies, on being a valuable mess.

A show that initially revolved around a group of women being haughty over who’s worthy of living in the very popular town of Potomac quickly devolved into debates about stuff white people do and what it means to be biracial.

People are watching! According to Variety, Potomac is Bravo’s best new series since Vanderpump Rules and the network’s “most-watched first season of a series since The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2010.”

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Will Katie achieve her life dream of getting married in Season 2? Will Robyn figure out her living situation with her ex-husband? Will anyone outside of Potomac ever go to Potomac? Probably not. Let us hope that at least the wardrobes improve.


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