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.
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.
An actress is suing Beautique, a midtown restaurant/nightclub frequented by cast members of the Real Housewives of New York (and, on one very seedy occasion, yours truly), after a drunk manager allegedly tried to take her cab and then knocked her unconscious.
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.
Kyle Richards is allergic to bees. You would know this if you watched the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills because she mentions it as often if not more than Yolanda Foster talks about Lyme. Well, it looks like the bees are sick of all Kyle’s smack talking because they’re now swarming outside her Beverly Hills…
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.
On a bustling Saturday night in Manhattan, Ellie Shechet and Madeleine Davies—two diehard Real Housewives of New York fans—went to Beautique, a popular “pickup joint” (according to the Countess herself, LuAnn de Lesseps) and Housewives hotspot. The search for their favorite Bravolebrities sparked a journey of epic…
What happens when a star of comedy collides with a star of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Pure magic, I’m telling you.
There comes a time in every Real Housewife’s career when she must decide how to make her mark, lest she be dropped by Andy Cohen. She has to decide: Will she be a DeShawn Snow, Quinn Fry or Cindy Barshop? Or will she rise to the occasion like a Tamra, a Vanderpump, a Ramona?
Today is a good day: The trailer for the new season of the Real Housewives of New York has arrived and, if nothing else, it will make you feel incredibly sane compared to these women.
Heather Thomson—who recently quit Real Housewives of New York to focus on her fashion brand, Yummie by Heather Thomson—is embroiled in a months-long lawsuit with Yummie’s manager, whom her lawyer says has “irreparably damaged” the company.
When winter temperature rises and Towaco winds blow, when the Gorga women spoil the tomatoes with their moon blood and Juicy Joey is ripe and sweaty enough to pop, when the year of the dog—2006—is upon us, a dæmon shall be brought forth and the world will know her as The Dreaded Milania.
Real Housewives of DC was doomed from the beginning. Bravo’s Andy Cohen attributed the failure of the off-shoot to cast members Michaele and Tareq Salahi, who crashed a White House state dinner, casting a pox on the entire endeavor. But that incident is indicative of a much larger problem the season faced: the DC that…
On Sunday night, the Real Housewives of Potomac premieres, introducing America to a new crop of women who will gossip, air their dirty laundry and fight until their contracts aren’t renewed. But before they do that, they’ll play nice—so nice that, if you’ve watched enough seasons of a variety of Real Housewives shows,…
On Tuesday night we witnessed the union of two Real Housewives clans that should have been crossover magic. In a way, the gathering of the Beverly Hills housewives at the home of New York housewife Bethenny Frankel was amusing, but the potential for greatness was somewhat sullied by Bethenny’s inability to not act…
Model Amiyah Scott was supposed to appear on Real Housewives of Atlanta as the first transgender cast member in the Bravo franchise, but there’s been a setback.
What does it say about reality television in 2015 that the majority of the Jezebel staff’s favorite moments are from shows that aired on Bravo? We know Survivor’s still on the air, but there’s clearly just one network worth paying for cable for in this day and age (just kidding—praise the Lord for mom’s Time Warner…