Todd Chrisley brings his unfiltered, unsolicited point of view to late night on "According to Chrisley." This fast-paced, comedic, talk-variety show is as unique as the host himself. The series reflects the high-energy Chrisley family dynamics as seen on their hit franchise, "Chrisley Knows Best." With his tough love, sharp tongue and always humorous approach, Todd entertains and engages his audience while tackling all that is crazy about marriage, parenting, sex and relationships.
Bravo has one successful reality show about socialite women in Atlanta, so what's next on its docket? A second reality show about socialite women in Atlanta, of course. The difference with this show is that all of the women featured are either doctors themselves or the wives of doctors. Cameras follow the ladies as they try to juggle their careers with family lives and their social calendars. The cast of Georgia peaches includes busy mom Toya, feisty Quad, and a couple of OB-GYNs, Jacqueline and Simone.
The Atlanta housewives continue to live their fabulous lives in Georgia's capital city in this incarnation of the popular reality TV franchise. Relationships, a staple of the "Real Housewives" shows, take center stage as usual as the ladies' love lives experience ups and downs. The sassy women's entrepreneurial spirits are also in full bloom as they juggle their personal and professional lives, along with their busy personal calendars.
With personal and professional challenges taking over their lives, Kandi and Todd are in need of a vacation. So the newlyweds plan a Burruss-Tucker family getaway to a Colorado ski resort in search of some rest and relaxation. The couple hope the trip takes away some of the stress caused by their struggles to get pregnant and Todd's frequent traveling to Los Angeles for production of his new show. Then there's the blending of the two families and getting everyone on the same page, which is not an easy task. Even though the trip is meant to be an opportunity to relax, having both families under one roof could prove to be too close for comfort.
Kim Zolciak made a name for herself as a member of the cast of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," which was how she met Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann, to whom she became engaged and eventually married in November 2011. This reality series follows Kim for the two months leading to the wedding as she prepares for the big day. To help her plan the event at her multimillion-dollar home, Kim hires celebrity event planner Colin Cowie. As the date approaches, problems quickly mount, including Kim's mother refusing to attend the wedding.
Caroline Manzo ("Real Housewives of New Jersey") has her own show about the chaos of three adult children living in her house. Despite being engaged, daughter Lauren has never left the Manzo household; sons Albie and Chris have returned home to save money for a new apartment, and Albie's girlfriend joins them; Lauren tries to expand her business; Chris gets into messes that are hard for Caroline to handle. Sister-in-law Jacqueline offers help, but caterer Albert focuses on more productive activities. As the series progresses, the Manzo children leave the house and head out on their own, leaving Caroline to wonder if she has succeeded in her role as the Manzo matriarch.
There are cultural differences between England and America in many respects. But that doesn't stop British socialites like Caroline Stanbury from running in similar social circles with American expats, including Juliet Angus and Marissa Hermer, who enjoy a posh London lifestyle. The women adhere to the city's unwritten rules that one's reputation is everything and respect is not easily earned. Also featured on the docuseries is Julie Montagu, an Illinois native who is married to the heir to the Earl of Sandwich.
Kimberly Stewart -- the daughter of singer Rod Stewart -- is the central figure in this reality show that follows members of two celebrity families, the Stewarts (led by matriarch Alana) and Hamiltons (with patriarch George). Model-turned-author Alana, who has married and divorced both Rod and George, is doing her best to keep the blended families grounded and away from the temptations of Hollywood. George, who acts as a secondary father figure to Alana's children, is working to repair his relationship with oldest son Ashley, a reformed bad boy, while raising refined and ambitious teenage son George Jr., who shares a special bond with his father despite the big age difference between them. Kimberly, meanwhile, is ready to refocus on pursuing her fashion career now that her young daughter is in school. Also featured on the show is Kimberly's brother Sean, an entrepreneur who is trying to create a name for himself outside of his famous father's shadow after a life filled with scandals.
The "trophy wife" label has infiltrated Hollywood headlines for years, but what's it really like to be one? This docuseries follows a group of women who are married to wealthy, older, previously divorced men -- including the likes of real estate developer Mohamed Hadid -- and the baggage that comes along with them. They are faced with their husbands' ex-wives (sometimes multiple), children (who are sometimes their age), and the challenge of navigating their May-December romances -- all with the intention of becoming their husbands' "forever wives."
Soon there will be "Real Housewives" all across America (for better or worse), as Bravo expands its successful franchise into Beverly Hills. Cameras follow affluent women (some regulars, others who recur) as they enjoy the lavish lifestyle only Beverly Hills can offer. The ladies change through the seasons and over time the cast has included former child actresses Kim and Kyle Richards, heiress Adrienne Maloof, restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, philanthropist and business owner Taylor Armstrong and the one-time Mrs. Kelsey Grammer, Camille Donatacci (who alternates between a regular member of the cast and a recurring role during her time on the show).