You've seen the Real Housewives of Atlanta, Orange County, New York City, New Jersey and Beverly Hills. Now, Bravo takes viewers to Florida, where The Real Housewives of Miami will follow six of the city's most connected and influential women as they live their lives in this cultural hotspot. The stars of the new series tell In Touch they are proud Miami is "back on the map."
"Miami has become such an international and popular city, for fun, work and play. We have it all here," Alexia Echevarria told In Touch at the Real Housewives of Miami premiere at the Eden Rock Hotel on February 21. "There is going to be a little bit of everything when you have six different personalities."
According to Miami Housewife Marysol Patton, culture also plays a defining role in the series.
"Miami has a lot of flavor, accents, and it's just so beautiful," Marysol said. "It's going to be so different from the other shows."
The series premiered on Tuesday, February 22 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.