Premiering Friday, November 11, the new installment of the Bravo reality franchise heads to the largest medical center in the world, where competition is fierce and only the best of the best make the cut.



Married to Medicine Houston cast
October 14, 2016

NEW YORK, NY — They say everything is bigger and better in Texas, and medicine is no exception in Bravo Media's new docuseries "Married to Medicine Houston," premiering Friday, November 11 at 9pm ET/PT with back-to-back episodes. The network expands the "Married to Medicine" franchise, heading to the largest medical center in the world, where competition is fierce and only the best of the best make the cut. The series will air regularly Fridays at 10 pm ET/PT beginning November 18.

The show follows five dynamic women on the rise as they face high stakes in both their social circle and the medical world. These doctors and wives of doctors appear to have it all: they are educated, attractive, and polished professionals, but beneath the surface, viewers will see major obstacles that threaten their upward momentum. After putting their lives on hold to be a physician or a dedicated wife, the ladies must navigate marriage, children, family, and Houston society. Will these powerful females prove that they truly can rise to the top as they struggle to juggle it all?

In the premiere episode at 9:00pm ET/PT, Rachel Suliburk, wife of Dr. James Suliburk and aspiring socialite, has high hopes when Cindi Rose, Houston's premier philanthropist, invites her to co-chair one of the biggest charity events of the year. However, a subtle dig cuts deep, and the seeds of discontent take root when Cindi offends Rachel. This could result in consequences for their mutual friend, cardiologist Erika Sato, who brought the two together. Then at 10:00pm ET/PT, Rachel, Erika, and Ashandra Batiste are torn when Monica Patel and Elly Pourasef invite the ladies to conflicting cultural celebrations that happen to fall on the same day. Spring may be in the air, but things get icy when the group's ill-fated efforts to attend both events leave Elly furious and Monica agitated.

"Married to Medicine Houston" is produced by FremantleMedia North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop with Matt Anderson, Nate Green, and Jim Fraenkel serving as executive producers.