"The Real Housewives of DC," the most recent addition to Bravo's hit franchise, is set in the influential metropolitan region of Washington, D.C. A place for power and politics, Bravo scouted the D.C. area to identify the city's alluring and discriminating residents, the women who have their pulse on the most important cultural events, political galas, gallery openings and fundraisers in Washington society. The series presents a slice of life amongst affluent, educated women, some raising kids, some driving careers, all interacting with friends and family as determined by the unwritten social rules of the Beltway.

With the franchise's expansion to our nation's capital, "The Real Housewives of DC" introduces five intriguing women whose relationships with each other, and with the city in which they live, are a compelling combination to explore the nexus of politics, society, and even race, as well as how the proximity to political power dictates where one fits within Beltway society.

"The Real Housewives of DC" cast includes Mary Schmidt Amons, the true Washingtonian and granddaughter of radio and TV personality Arthur Godfrey; the mother hen and owner of D.C.'s top modeling agency, Lynda Erkiletian; feisty Brit Catherine Ommanney, married to a White House photographer; model and founder of D.C.'s America's Polo Cup, Michaele Salahi who became the focus of media attention following the White House state dinner last November; and Harvard grad, active political fund-raiser, and philanthropist Stacie Scott Turner.

"The Real Housewives of DC" is produced by Half Yard Productions LLC for Bravo. Abby Greensfelder, Sean Gallagher and Rich Calderone serve as executive producers for "The Real Housewives of DC."


Network: Bravo
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: August 5, 2010
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Half Yard Productions

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linda says:
Will not watch, I think BRAVO is desperate, this has to be scripted, some don't live in DC, what a joke, and to think you would even have the Wash crashers, well I feel you put them up to it, sure helped your ratings.
jane says:
I have been a faithful veiwer of all the housewives shows..however, I will not watch the DC show due to the embarrasment caused by the Salahi scandal..anyone that would pose a threat to National Security should not be rewarded by a reality show..my opinion only..I know one veiwer won't matter, but you did have to start with one viewer...
linda says:
Watched the View, this shows how desprite BRAVO is to have the Salahi be apart of their show. Will not watch, got enough of them on The View.
donny says:
I enjoyed watching the real housewives.NO MORE!!! Not with the SALAHI being apart of it!! Really BAD Taste!!! NOT ON A BET!!!
karen says:
I saw the housewives on the View. I won't be watching this one. I think the "party crashing" woman is annoying!!!!!

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