The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns for its eleventh season beginning Wednesday, May 19 on 9 p.m. ET on Slice and streaming Thursday, May 20 on hayu.
The new season opens with the “housewives” ecstatic to expand their social bubbles after months of isolation at home, however the excitement is short-lived when Erika Girardi informs the group that she is filing for divorce from her husband and is tangled in a web of legal proceedings.
A “friend” last season, Sutton Stracke has now gained regular status on the series and is also looking forward to a fresh start in her life, which includes sending her daughter off to college and moving into a new home, which isn’t far from her old one – but before she can officially move in, she finds herself a tenant to some “very familiar” landlords.
New this season but not new to the ladies or Beverly Hills’ elite social circles is Crystal Kung Mikoff. She’s a strict and opinionated mother of two and is married to Hollywood heavyweight Rob Minkoff.
Kyle Richards, who’ll be in the new Halloween film (in case you haven’t heard lol), feels the pressure of keeping her family close as her daughters are growing up and may soon be moving out. Kyle’s sister (and Paris’ mother), Kathy Hilton is also expected to appear more often this season as she also shares a connection to Crystal and will help her navigate the group.
Busy queen bee, Garcelle Beauvais, realizes that despite having zero down time, she might possibly be able to “have it all.” We’ll see her as she continues to raise her teenage twins, doting on her grandson, searching for the man of her dreams, and stepping into her dream job – hosting a daytime talk show!
Dorit Kemsley will be diving into new endeavours this season and takes on the task of designing a line of fashion-forward wedding dresses. The timely challenges of working from home starts to take its toll on Dorit as she’s stuck in the house homeschooling her kids with a tutor while PK is also busy with work of his own.
Last but not least, our girl Lisa Rinna is taking advantage of having Harry home but her biggest challenge right now is trying to spend some quality time with her daughters as they are in serious and high-profile relationships…well, maybe just one of them more so than the other.
In Canada, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Slice and streams Thursdays on hayu.