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"The Real Housewives of Potomac" is a reality docu-series on Bravo that reveals one of the most affluent towns in America.

Just up the river from our nation's capital lies a hidden gem — Potomac, Maryland. Its rolling hills, gated mansions, sophisticated prep schools, and exclusive country clubs all serve to keep the area invitation-only. Sprinkled throughout this community are a handful of old-line, wealthy African-American families who have historically broken racial barriers to provide the best life possible for their children. This series follows the upscale lives of six intriguing, well-to-do women: Gizelle Bryant, Katie Rost, Karen Huger, Charrisse Jackson-Jordan, Robyn Dixon, and Ashley Darby, all of whom have fought for their places in this society by way of legacy or marriage. In a town where entry is granted only through class, pedigree, and lineage, how far will these ladies go to secure their spot at the top of this prestigious circle?

Season 2

This time around, the drama is amped up even more, propelling the ladies head-on into crumbling marriages, betrayed friendships, promising romances, and shifting loyalties.

As the circle of life continues and a new season begins, Gizelle is in the hot seat yet again for putting Charrisse's troubled marriage out there for all of Potomac to judge. While Charrisse focuses on her kids and struggles to accept her new normal, single-and-always-ready-to-mingle, Gizelle sees sparks fly when a man from her past returns. With both her kids out of the house, Karen plans to upgrade to a bigger home. But Ray wants to downsize, and the queen of Potomac's high standards put a strain on their search. Ashley's Oz Restaurant and Bar is open for business, but the challenges of making it a success take a toll on her marriage and her baby plans. Also, Robyn and Juan's financial hardships have forced them to move farther away from the ladies and lean more on each other. As the two adjust to their new life, Robyn must decide if she is finally ready to let Juan back into her heart. Outspoken Monique Samuels, who is married to a former star athlete, joins the ladies this season and ruffles some feathers with her upscale lifestyle.

"The Real Housewives of Potomac" is produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Lorraine Haughton-Lawson, Bianca Barnes-Williams, Ashley McFarlin Buie serving as executive producers, and Anne Swan as co-executive producer. Andy Cohen also serves as an executive producer.




'The Real Housewives of Potomac': TV Review

FACTS

Network: Bravo
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: January 17, 2016
Seasons: 2
Production Company: True Entertainment





  Things Get Shady in 'Real Housewives of Potomac' Season 2 — Premiering Sunday, April 2, the new season of the Bravo reality docu-drama welcomes new housewife Monique Samuels and returns with crumbling marriages, betrayed friendships, promising romances, and shifting loyalties. Read more...
  Bravo Expands 'Real Housewives' Franchise — Revealing one of the most affluent towns in America, "The Real Housewives of Potomac" premieres Sunday, January 17, and, debuting later next year, "The Real Housewives of Dallas" proves that bigger is in fact better. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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