The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City may not be the show we all thought it would be, as the first season ended with a dramatic bang.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City It may not be the show we all thought it was supposed to be, as the first season ended with a dramatic bang. Many in the state of Utah weren’t thrilled that their Mormon lifestyle was so popular, but fans responded well.

While the Salt Lake City women didn’t have the most impressive ratings for their premiere episode, they rocked again in episode two, with a huge jump in ratings. Fans enjoy learning about the Mormon faith and want to know more about these awesome Real housewives, which look dazzling even when they’re skiing. After fans of the show begged him for a RHOSLC time slot, Andy Cohen confirmed that The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season 2 is on the way. It’s rare for a franchise to do it no get it right, and Utah women are definitely thriving.

Continue scrolling to continue reading
Click the button below to start this article in quick view.

Related: RHOC: Why Tamra’s Judge Doesn’t Believe Kelly Dodd Is Fired

The first part of the Salt Lake City meeting has aired, and these devoted ladies did not hold back. All the women looked lovely as they were dressed to the nines. But even before the season aired, there were many skeptics who felt the franchise would not do well as it was shrouded in secrecy, in part due to the Mormon religion. But there were also lessons that were taught without the viewers flinching.

Bravo viewers tuned in to see rookies Lisa Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose, and Jen Shah fight like every other franchise had in the past, and while there is always conflict, many felt these Women, for the most part, kept their composure. Meredith even walked away with a catchphrase, “I’m logging out” since she never wanted to be part of the drama. Honestly, the only hot head was Jen, which isn’t bad since fans learned more about her Polynesian culture and why she reacted the way she did. All the housewives except Mary proved they weren’t trying to keep up with the Joneses. While Mary’s hoarding and shallowness was questioned, it also showed viewers that for the most part, these women came together, earned their own money separately from their husbands, and could be independent if necessary.

Although not all the women were close friends prior to filming, they are now part of a particular group where they can be called Bravo housewives. The escapism that the franchise gave us, especially during the pandemic, was necessary and accepted. We dare to say that viewers hope to meet them again in the near future.

Next: RHOBH: Erika Jayne Posts Inside Joke On IG, Confused Fans

Avery Warner 90 Day Fiancé

90 Day FiancĂ©: What’s Tom Brooks and Avery Warner’s Tale Drama?


About the Author




Reference-screenrant.com

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *