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Season 4

Temperatures rise and so do the tempers as Caroline Manzo, Teresa Giudice, Jacqueline Laurita, Melissa Gorga and Kathy Wakile show viewers that a Jersey summer is not all fun in the sun. Season 4 breaks down the walls to reveal the truth behind all the tabloid rumors. From Jacqueline's absence at the season three reunion to accusations of Melissa's past and the fallout from Teresa's cookbook, the ladies are determined to set the record straight.

Everyone's favorite Garden State ladies prove there are no lazy days of summer. Melisa continues to focus on her music career and gets help from celebrity choreographer Chris Judd. Caroline keeps busy with her brother's gay wedding and helps her daughter Lauren with her weight loss issues. Kathy has her mouth and hands full as she expands her delicious dessert line and keeps her two high school teenagers in check. Struggling with certain friendships and loyalties, Jacqueline finds herself at a breaking point. This season is not all work as the ladies also have some time to enjoy themselves with trips to the Jersey Shore, lavish outdoor parties and even a trip to Northern California.

The premiere episode sets the stage for a dramatic season answering fans' burning question ... why did Jacqueline not attend the season three reunion? Caroline Manzo struggles to maintain her friendship with Teresa. Jacqueline's daughter, Ashley, has outstayed her welcome, resulting in a shocking ultimatum. Melissa remains determined to bring the family back together, but certain accusations threaten to destroy her reputation and her marriage. Kathy tries to bridge the divide and fears what will happen if Teresa's husband, Joe, end ups in jail. The sand begins to fly between Teresa and her brother, Joe, when their families head down to the Jersey Shore.

Season 3

Season 3 is all about family as Teresa Giudice, Caroline Manzo and her sister-in-law, Jacqueline Laurita, all return and welcome new housewives Melissa Gorga, Teresa's sister-in-law, and Kathy Wakile, Teresa's first cousin. The drama picks up where last season left off when holidays are celebrated, children leave the nest and tensions run high between housewives.

Season 2

Season 2 showed that the previous year's table flip was just the beginning. From "bubbies" to babies and everything in between, the second season brings the water-cooler sensation to a whole new level. The series follows sisters (who happen to be married to brothers) Caroline and Dina Manzo, their sister-in-law, Jacqueline Laurita, long time family friend, Teresa Giudice and the always unpredictable Danielle Staub. With Jacqueline and Teresa both having babies, Caroline and Dina maintaining the Manzo family clan and Danielle still trying to make her way into the inner circle, the tension is high and the girls from the Garden State don't hold back. Whether they are throwing a family function, out for a night on the town, or just gossiping with the girls—the ladies always find a way to be over the top and stay true to their own Jersey style.

Season 1

The hair is big, but the drama is bigger. Building on the record-breaking success of the "Real Housewives" franchise, Bravo is heading to the Garden State for its newest installment, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." The series follows five of the most affluent Jersey Girls as they live lavish lifestyles and deal with all the drama that money can buy. For the first time in franchise history, the ladies are more than just friends—joining the cast are two sisters, who are married to two brothers—and one sister-in-law—bringing a whole new level of familial drama to the table. While family remains a priority for each of these women, their shopping, decorating, dating and even fighting are all over-the-top.

"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" is produced by Sirens Media for Bravo. Rebecca Toth Diefenbach, Valerie Haselton and Nina Diaz serve as executive producers.


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