East Hampton will not be indulging Bravo’s desire to turn every corner of the world into an episodic shitshow. They have denied their permit application to film Summer House outdoors on town property, and most private businesses are following suit.
A curious trend is developing across the Bravo Television universe, with one cast member introducing a storyline involving a serious illness while the rest of the cast gossips about it being fake or exaggerated behind their back (though on camera of course).
The Season 4 finale of Inside Amy Schumer—or its “contractually obligated clip show”—took the form of a very contentious Real Housewives-style reunion, which included several strong New Jersey accents, the phrase “I sinceriously apologize,” and your host, Andy Cohen.
It was a tale of two very different relationships Wednesday night on the Real Housewives of New York in what continues to be an absolutely insane, dynamite season.
The artist formerly known as Yolanda Foster is taking her lemons and white denim and getting the hell out of dodge, never to return to reality television again—unless she gets a spinoff or needs to buy another Malibu mansion.
It’s 7:35 pm in the Berkshires, do you know where your sanity is? Remarkably, the Berkshires holiday trip from hell is still is not over and continues on this week’s episode of the Real Housewives of New York, where it feels like the concept of time has ceased to exist.
I don’t watch The Real Housewives of Dallas on any regular schedule, because it doesn’t have quite the right mix I require in my favorite iterations of the Real Housewives franchise, but I wish I’d watched it live on Sunday night. That’s because the entire episode circled around a fight over who revealed to the group…
On the current season of the Real Housewives of New York, Skinnygirl creator Bethenny Frankel has made it very clear that if you threaten or attempt to undermine her business, the gloves are off.
We’ve all been taught to look out for certain signs indicating that danger is coming: Where there’s lightning, there’s thunder. Pain in your left arm might mean a heart attack. And, when Bravo puts timestamps on a Real Housewives episode, shit is about to get wild.
After a two-year hiatus, during which Teresa Giudice paid her debt to society, the Real Housewives of New Jersey is coming back to your television screens because this is all a vicious, never-ending cycle.
This season of the Real Housewives of New York reminds me that these women are basically me and my friends back in college but with more money and a camera crew. Instead of hitting up Urban Outfitters before a big night out, they go to Dior. Instead of knocking back Popov, they’re drinking Belvedere. Other than that…
I’m going to say something you’re all just going to have to accept this as a fact because it is a fact: People in Washington DC do not dress well. The taste level is just not there. I suppose it’s somewhat excused because everyone is so focused on politics and how to get their trash picked up when the government shuts…
If they play their cards rights, the husbands of the various Real Housewives franchises can enjoy a rather sweet deal. They show up from time to time, help their spouse out with a storyline, and then sit back as she collects a check and builds a brand.
A L.A. judge has signed an arrest warrant for Kim Richards after the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star failed to turn in documentation that proved she’d been attending her court-ordered AA meetings.
Part one of Tuesday night’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion was spent exactly as longtime viewers of the show expected—with the women arguing over who said what in regards to Yolanda Foster’s Lyme disease and/or Munchausen syndrome.
The last time Thomas Ravenel ran for office, he’ll now admit to me, his message needed work. “I kept saying during the campaign, I’m good on policy, I’m good in business,” Ravenel said. “Not so great in my personal relationships, but hey, two out of three ain’t bad. But I think that I was wrong. You really have to…
The fashions of The Real Housewives of New York are much like the city’s famous Times Square: Expensive, loud and always a bit too much.
Let’s be clear: Erika Jayne (a.k.a Erika Girardi of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills) is no Nicki Minaj. She’s no M.I.A. But that’s because Erika Jayne is Erika Jayne.
It was difficult to get Tom Sandoval on the phone for an interview.