The Real Housewives of Miami

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The Real Housewives of Miami
Real Housewives of Miami-logo.jpg
FormatReality television
Starring
Current Housewives
Marysol Patton
(season 1-present)
Adriana De Moura Sidi
(season 1-present)
Lea Black
(season 1-present)
Joanna Krupa
(season 2-present)
Lisa Hochstein
(season 2-present)
Karent Sierra
(season 2-present)
Ana Quincoces
(season 2-present)

Friends of the Housewives
Mama Elsa Patton
(season 1-present)
Alexia Echeverria
(season 2-present, lead season 1)
Elaine Lancaster
(season 2-present)
Former Housewives
Larsa Pippen
(season 1)
Cristy Rice
(season 1)
Country of originUnited States
Language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes7
Production
Producer(s)MCFilmworks
Location(s)Miami, Florida
Broadcast
Original channelBravo
Original run02011-02-22February 22, 2011 – present
Chronology
Preceded byThe Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Followed by

The Real Housewives of Vancouver

External links
Website
 
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The Real Housewives of Miami
Real Housewives of Miami-logo.jpg
FormatReality television
Starring
Current Housewives
Marysol Patton
(season 1-present)
Adriana De Moura Sidi
(season 1-present)
Lea Black
(season 1-present)
Joanna Krupa
(season 2-present)
Lisa Hochstein
(season 2-present)
Karent Sierra
(season 2-present)
Ana Quincoces
(season 2-present)

Friends of the Housewives
Mama Elsa Patton
(season 1-present)
Alexia Echeverria
(season 2-present, lead season 1)
Elaine Lancaster
(season 2-present)
Former Housewives
Larsa Pippen
(season 1)
Cristy Rice
(season 1)
Country of originUnited States
Language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes7
Production
Producer(s)MCFilmworks
Location(s)Miami, Florida
Broadcast
Original channelBravo
Original run02011-02-22February 22, 2011 – present
Chronology
Preceded byThe Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Followed by

The Real Housewives of Vancouver

External links
Website

The Real Housewives of Miami is a reality series for the Bravo cable network.[1] It is the seventh installment in the network's The Real Housewives franchise, and officially premiered on February 22, 2011. Filming for the first season took place in spring 2010.[2]

Bravo renewed the series for a second season,[3] and as of May 2012, finished filming with four members of the original cast: Lea Black, Marysol Patton, Adriana De Moura Sidi, and Alexia Echevarria. However, a few months before filming began for the second season, Alexia's son was involved in a car accident, and so her role was reduced to recurring. Four new Housewives joined the cast full-time: Joanna Krupa, Lisa Hochstein, Karent Sierra and Ana Quincoces. The second season premiered on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 9 pm.[4]

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Production history

Season 1- On Wednesday, March 10, 2010, Bravo announced the series (then titled Miami Social Club) had been picked up, which was to be a restructuring of the failed 2009 series, Miami Social. Later, after filming was completed on the series, Bravo chose instead to make it a new extension of the Real Housewives.[5] Bravo announced on February 3, 2011 that the series would premiere later that month; they also announced that the fourth season premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City originally scheduled for February 15, would be pushed back until April.

Season 2- The Real Housewives of Miami was renewed for a second season, but season one Housewives Larsa Pippen and Cristy Rice will not return.[6] When Bravo officially greenlighted on February 9, 2012 the return of the series for a second season, Alexia Echevarria was not featured. On July 24, 2012, Bravo official announced that the second season of The Real Housewives of Miami will premiere on Thursday, September 13 at 9/8c with seven Housewives and one recurring Housewife.

Current Housewives

Adriana De Moura Sidi

(Season 1 – present)

"I speak five languages, but I can get a man with no words." (Season 1)

"I may speak five languages, but my true language is independence." (Season 2)

A native of Brazil, Adriana is engaged to man named Fredric and has one son from a previous marriage. She runs an art gallery social circles and is close to fellow Housewife and cast member Lea Black. Marital Status: Engaged

Lea Black

(Season 1 – present)

"I care about a lot of things; what others think of me isn't one of them." (Season 1)

"I can deal with a lot, but I can't deal with stupid." (Season 2)

Texas native Lea is married to one of the top criminal defense attorneys in the country[citation needed], Roy Black, and she has a 9-year-old son. Her reputation as a community leader peaked when she raised money for President Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign, as well as for many other local Florida politicians.[citation needed] Marital status: Married

Marysol Patton

(Season 1 – present)

"I put others in the spotlight, but somehow it keeps finding me." (Season 1)

"My job is about making fast decisions, but my personal life I leave up to destiny." (Season 2)

Miami native Marysol Patton runs her own business, one of the premiere public relations firms in town, serving A-list clients.[citation needed] Divorced ten years ago, Patton is known for throwing bashes around town, and loves to spend time with her mother, Elsa, who considers herself a “seer” (not a psychic). Elsa is a hot commodity amongst A-listers looking for spiritual guidance.[citation needed] Marysol has no children; she was married to Philippe Pautesta-Herder but in the September 16, 2012 episode, she said that she was now separated. Marital status: Separated, still married.

Joanna Krupa

(Season 2 – present)

"I'm a model, but not always a model citizen." (Season 2)

A Polish born and Chicago, IL raised model, Krupa was is a professional model. She has appeared on covers of Maxim, FHM, Stuff, and Playboy. She participated in season 9 of Dancing with the Stars. She is not married but is engaged to her fiance Romain Zago, owner of Mynt nightclub in Miami. She divides her times between Miami and Los Angeles, CA. Marital status: Engaged

Lisa Hochstein

(Season 2 – present)

"My husband's a top plastic surgeon in this town, and I'm his best creation." (Season 2)

Lisa Hochstein is married to a well sought after plastic surgeon Lenny Hochstein, called the "Boob God." Since their marriage in 2009, they have left their mark on the Miami social scene. Calling herself a "professional housewife," she does not work. She is a social acquaintance and friend of season 1 cast member Adriana de Moura-Sidi. Marital status: Married

Karent Sierra

(Season 2 – present)

"If you don't like my smile, then don't look my way." (Season 2)

Karent is a Miami dentist. She calls herself the "Dentist to the Stars." She has no children and has never been married. She lives with her telenovela star boyfriend and her two parents. She knows season 1 cast member Adriana. Marital status: In a relationship

Ana Quincoces

(Season 2 – present)

"Whether in the courtroom or in the kitchen, I bring the heat." (Season 2)

A Cuban-American lawyer, Ana has found success in culinary ventures. She was previously married to her ex-husband Robert, and during the time of filming they were separated; however, they maintained a cordial relationship and enjoyed dinners together with their two daughters. Robert is also a partner at Quincoces' law firm. Ana is a mutual friend of cast member Marysol Patton's and season 1 cast member Alexia Echeveria. Marital status: Divorced, In a relationship

Former Housewives

Alexia Echevarria

(Season 1: Official Housewife, Season 2: Recurring Housewife)

"Beauty is power, if you know how to use it." (Season 1)

Larsa Pippen

(Season 1)

"My husband's got moves, but I run the game." (Season 1)

Larsa, a former model of Assyrian-Lebanese-American heritage[citation needed], married NBA superstar Scottie Pippen in 1997.[citation needed] They have four children: three boys and one girl. Larsa is known for taking part in and contributing to many fundraisers.[citation needed]

Cristy Rice

(Season 1)

"In my world, attitude is everything...I'm keeping it real." (Season 1)

Cristy recently divorced her husband of 11 years, NBA star Glen Rice[citation needed]; they have three children. The show followed her single life as she juggled business (she owns a clothing store[citation needed]) and being a single mom.

Housewives history

HousewivesSeason 1Season 2
Adriana De Moura-SidiGreen tickYGreen tickY
Marysol PattonGreen tickYGreen tickY
Lea BlackGreen tickYGreen tickY
Alexia EchevarriaGreen tickY
Larsa PippenGreen tickY
Cristy RiceGreen tickY
Joanna KrupaGreen tickY
Lisa HochsteinGreen tickY
Karent SierraGreen tickY
Ana QuincocesGreen tickY

Recurring housewives history

HousewivesSeason 1Season 2
Alexia EchevarriaGreen tickY

Series Overview

SeasonEpisodesSeries PremiereSeason FinaleReunion
17February 22, 2011March 29, 2011April 5, 2011
2TBASeptember 13, 2012TBATBA

Episode Guide

Season 1: 2011

Ep #TitleAirdateUS Viewers (million)
1"Paradise Cost"February 22, 20111.214[7]
The cast is introduced in the premiere episode. 
2"Black Ball'd"March 1, 20111.035[8]
3"Optical Delusion"March 8, 20111.301[9]
4"Waterfront & Center"March 15, 20111.101[10]
It's time for a Cuban dinner party at Alexia's house with her husband, Herman. 
5"Beach Slap"March 22, 20111.194[11]
6"Miami Mamis Know Best"March 29, 20111.096[12]
7"Watch What Happens Live: Miami Housewives Reunion"April 5, 20110.723[13]
The ladies of Miami get together live from "Watch What Happens" studio to set the record straight with Andy Cohen

Season 2: 2012–2013

Ep #TitleAirdateUS Viewers (million)
1"A Tale of Two Miamis"September 13, 20121.066[14]
The older "housewives" are met with a new set of socialites. 
2"Text, Lies, and Your Smile is Fake"September 20, 20121.025[15]
Joanna and Karent each take different approaches when discussing the future with the special men in their lives, while Adriana has difficulty being vulnerable with her fiancé. The ladies attend the South Beach Wine & Food Festival where Karent questions Ana's past behavior. 
3"A Mynt Meltdown"September 27, 2012TBA
Adriana persists in diverting attention away from discussing marriage with Frederic, while one model couple shows signs that not everything is picture perfect. Tensions build up at Mynt Lounge's 10th anniversary celebration where Adriana flirts with Joanna's fiancé. [16] 
4"She Beat Me to the Tweet!"October 4, 2012TBA
Romain lays down the law after Joanna's meltdown at his club's anniversary celebration. Adriana taps into her artsy side through a revealing photoshoot and her involvement in the Dali Miami Art exhibit, freezing out one of the ladies in the process. Joanna receives a little culinary counsel from Ana. After Elaine makes some serious claims directed at Marysol, Ana comes to her friend's defense. 
5"Eager Beaver"October 11, 2012TBA
6"TBA"October 18, 2012TBA
7"TBA"October 25, 2012TBA
8"TBA"November 1, 2012TBA

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