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Another city, another group of real housewives. This time Bravo takes the franchise to the seat of power, the nation's capital, following the exploits of five intriguing, affluent women and their relationships with friends, with family and with one another. Following the unwritten social rules of the Beltway, the women find themselves at all the most important fundraisers, galas, and political events, discussing a wide variety of issues, from race and money to politics and fashion.

Latest episodes

aired 78 days ago
The aftermath of the White House State Dinner.
aired 78 days ago
Michaele and Tareq attend a White House state dinner, resulting in controversy; Stacie continues her search for her biological father; Lynda prepares to debut her fashion line.
aired 78 days ago
Cat shares the juiciest bits of her recently completed book with the rest of the housewives; during an evening of fun, a heated argument between Cat and Stacie's friend Erica ends in tears.
aired 78 days ago
Michaele asks realtor Stacie for help in finding a home; Stacie continues searching for her biological father; Cat is devastated at the death of a friend; Tareq's family troubles take their toll on Michaele.
aired 78 days ago
A peaceful day at the vineyard turns sour for Mary when Michaele and Tareq start to make devastating accusations about her daughter.
aired 78 days ago
Lynda deals with the stress of moving; Cat raises suspicions about Michaele and Tareq; Michaele invites everyone to the winery.
aired 78 days ago
Michaele and Tareq join Stacie and her husband in Europe; Cat works on her books.
aired 78 days ago
Michaele takes Cat and Mary horseback riding; Lynda is pushed to her limit.
aired 78 days ago
Michaele's Polo event; old rivalries cause Lynda to snub Michaele; Mary struggles with a guest list.

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