New ventures, sizzling romance, a whole lotta donkey booty, and two new Housewives arrive to turn up the heat in Hotlanta.
Expanding on the success of the original hit series, "The Real Housewives of Orange County," and the watercooler sensation, "The Real Housewives of New York City," Bravo is heading south for its newest installment, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The series will follow five women from Atlanta's social elite - from NBA and NFL wives to sassy single moms - as they juggle their burgeoning careers and busy home lives with the whirl of the south's hottest city. An up-close and personal look at life in 'Hotlanta, ' "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" follows five glamorous southern belles as they balance motherhood, demanding careers and a fast-paced social calendar, and shows what life is like in the most exclusive areas of Atlanta.
In a season about taking chances, the hottest Housewives in the South are embarking on new ventures and returning to their roots. Kandi, Phaedra, and Cynthia are exploring their entrepreneurial prowess. Though their dreams vary drastically -- sex toys, funeral homes, and a modeling school -- each woman has jumped into their chosen endeavor with a signature boldness and innate sense of humor that defines these Atlanta ladies. On the relationship front, NeNe and Kim remain estranged, but their personal love lives have changed drastically. Kim is madly in love, pregnant, and building a home with Kroy, while NeNe's now-official separation from Gregg teeters on the brink of divorce. Sheree has grand plans for her own dream house; however the pieces aren't coming together so smoothly. The interworking of these six unique women continues to captivate audiences, as The Real Housewives of Atlanta remains the highest-rated city in the franchise.