The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
RHoBH-logo6.jpg
Genre Reality
Starring
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 86 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Alex Baskin
  • Dave Rupel
  • Douglas Ross
  • Toni Gallagher
Producer(s)
  • Anthony McLemore
  • Ken Schoech
  • Kimberly Goodman
  • Juile Murphy
  • Sally-Anne King
Camera setup Multiple
Running time 40 to 44 minutes
Production company(s) Evolution Media
Broadcast
Original channel Bravo
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run October 14, 2010 (2010-10-14) – present (present)
Chronology
Preceded by The Real Housewives of D.C.
Followed by The Real Housewives of Miami
Related shows Vanderpump Rules
External links
Website

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is an American reality television series on Bravo that debuted on October 14, 2010.[2][3][4] It is the sixth installment in the network's The Real Housewives franchise.

History[edit]

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was announced in March 2010 as the sixth installment in the network's The Real Housewives franchise.[5] The cast was announced on August 31, 2010, with former child actresses (and Paris Hilton's aunts[6]) Kim Richards and Kyle Richards, heiress/businesswoman Adrienne Maloof, restaurant-owner and entrepreneur Lisa Vanderpump, Camille Grammer, who is the former wife of actor Kelsey Grammer, and Taylor Armstrong.[2][7][8][9] Season 1 premiered on October 14, 2010, scoring over 1.5 million viewers[10] and the series' ratings continued to grow, attracting 3.7 million viewers between the 9 pm and 10 pm airings for the January 13, 2011 episode, making it the number one telecast among adults 18-49 versus all cable competition in the time slot.[11] The January 20, 2011, finale became the highest-rated Season 1 episode with 4.2 million when combined with multiple evening reruns.[12] The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' first season ranked as the second highest rated first season series of the Real Housewives franchise ever in all demographics, averaging 2.42 million total viewers and 1.71 million adults 18-49.[13] The series also received a 2011 Critics Choice Award for best reality series.[13]

The series' second season renewal was announced in March 2011,[14] with the premiere on September 5, 2011.[13] The entire season one cast returned, with Brandi Glanville and Dana Wilkey introduced to the series as a "Friends of the Housewives".[15][16] Camille Grammer left the main cast of the series after season two. The second season was re-edited after the death of Taylor Armstrong's husband, Russell, who committed suicide on August 15, 2011.[17][18]

The third season premiere aired on November 5, 2012. Brandi Glanville was upgraded to main housewife, and Yolanda Foster was added to the series. Marisa Zanuck was introduced as "Friends of the Housewives", and Camille Grammer held the same title.[19] Faye Resnick officially joined the show as a "Friend of the Housewives" mid-season.[20] Ratings for season 3 decreased from previous seasons. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hit a season high of 2.35 million viewers and a 1.1 rating (18-49 aged viewers) on November 26, 2012,[21] then plunged by 34% to a two-season low on March 11, 2013 with 1.56 million viewers and a 0.7 18-49 rating.[22]

The series was officially renewed for a fourth season on April 2, 2013.[23] Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Taylor Armstrong, Brandi Glanville, Lisa Vanderpump, Yolanda Foster are all returning. Adrienne Maloof will not return to the series for the fourth season, nor did she attend the season three reunion that was filmed March 1, 2013.[24] Camille Grammer and Faye Resnick will not be returning.[25][26][27] Marisa Zanuck later revealed that producers did not ask her to return for the fourth season.[28]

TMZ posted a video of musician Rod Stewart stating that his wife, Penny Lancaster, turned down an offer from Bravo to be a part of the cast for the fourth season. Speculation began that Lisa Rinna would be joining the series for the upcoming season, but a representative for Bravo has stated there is "no truth" to the story.[29][30] E! News confirmed on June 22, 2013, that Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud de Ohoven have joined the cast as main housewives while Taylor Armstrong has been demoted to a guest role.[31] Season 4 premiered on November 4, 2013.[1]

The fifth season renewal of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was announced in April 2014.[32]

Current Housewives[edit]

Lisa Vanderpump[edit]

(Season 1 – present)

Lisa Vanderpump was born and raised in London but lived in Monte Carlo and Cheltenham[33] before moving to California. She was a full time drama student by the age of nine and starred in numerous television shows and films as a child. Her film debut was playing the daughter of Glenda Jackson in the 1973 dramedy A Touch of Class.[34] In 1982, she married Ken Todd six weeks after meeting him; she was 21, and he was 37. They have two children: daughter Pandora (1986) and son Max (December 7, 1992). With their children now young adults, their five dogs Pikachu, Lollipop, Pomeranian Gigolo (Giggy), and Cocker Spaniel Buki and Rumpy Pumpy are now their babies.[34]

Vanderpump had bit-roles throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s, including portraying "Baywatch Nights babe" Margo Curtis.[35] She was featured prominently in '80s music videos "Poison Arrow" by the band ABC; and "(What) In The Name of Love", by the duo Naked Eyes.[36]

Vanderpump published the book, Simply Divine: A Guide to Easy, Elegant, and Affordable Entertaining, released November 8, 2011.[37]

In 2013, Vanderpump began starring in her own The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spinoff, Vanderpump Rules, a reality series about her restaurant SUR.[38] She was eliminated second on the sixteenth season of Dancing with the Stars[39] Her partner is former Dancing with the Stars Australia professional, Gleb Savchenko.

Vanderpump used to live in the gated community of Beverly Park, where she lived across the street from former housewife Adrienne Maloof. Before filming the third season, she moved in to a new home in Benedict Canyon.[40] Both homes are located in the Beverly Hills Post Office area of Los Angeles.[40]

Status: Married

Kyle Richards[edit]

(Season 1 – present)

Kyle Richards was born in Hollywood, the daughter of Sharon Kathleen (née Dugan; 1933–2002) and Kenneth Edwin Richards (1917–1998).[41] Kyle's siblings are Kathy Hilton (née Avanzino, later Richards; born 1959) and Kim Richards (born 1964).[42] Nicky and Paris Hilton are her nieces.[43] Kyle began acting as a baby star: she appeared in several episodes of the television series Little House on the Prairie; throughout the '70s she guest starred in several television series and acted in a few horror films: The Car, Eaten Alive, and Halloween; and later she appeared in the Disney children's horror film The Watcher in the Woods. Subsequent roles include Nurse Dori on the hit television series ER and a supporting character part in the film National Lampoon's Pledge This! She has also appeared in episodes of her niece Paris Hilton's reality series, The Simple Life and My New BFF. She converted to Judaism and married Mauricio Umansky.[44] The couple has four daughters: Farrah (from a previous marriage), Alexia, Sophia and Portia.[citation needed]

Status: Married

Kim Richards[edit]

(Season 1 – present)

Kim Richards is a former child actress best known for her work in Disney films. She starred in such movies as Escape To Witch Mountain (1975) and No Deposit, No Return (1976), and appeared in various television series, including Nanny and the Professor, James at 15, Hello Larry, Diff'rent Strokes, CHiPS, and Magnum P.I.[45] After co-starring in the feature film Tuff Turf (1985) with James Spader and Robert Downey Jr., Kim decided to go into early retirement and devote her time to raising a family. She has four children: Brooke (25), Whitney (21), Chad (20), and Kimberly (16). Kim, who is currently single, is the younger half-sister of Kathy Hilton (née Avanzino, later Richards; born 1959),[46] elder sister of fellow Housewife, Kyle Richards (born 1969), and aunt to Hilton's daughters, Paris and Nicky Hilton.[47] As of May 2013, Kim Richards has been working on various business endeavors including a jewelry and water bottle line that donates proceeds to charity.

Status: Divorced

Brandi Glanville[edit]

(Season 2 – present)
(Season 2: Recurring, Season 3-present: Main)

Brandi Glanville is a former fashion model; she is also a mother of two sons, Mason and Jake, with her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian. She has said on the show that for more than 17 years, she traveled the world as a fashion, runway, and print model. She has appeared in Glamour and Cosmopolitan. Glanville's debut novel, Drinking and Tweeting: and Other Brandi Blunders, co-authored with Leslie Bruce, was released February 12, 2013.[48] Glanville and Cibrian's public breakup and divorce (and his infamous affair with LeAnn Rimes) were well-documented by the media beginning in 2010.[49]

Status: Divorced

Yolanda Foster[edit]

(Season 3 – present)

Yolanda H. Foster is a former model and the fourth wife of producer/songwriter David Foster. Foster was born and raised in Papendrecht in the Netherlands. After her father died, when she was aged seven, Foster helped to support her single mother and brother. She became a dishwasher at a local Chinese restaurant at the age of thirteen. She was discovered by world famous modeling agent, Eileen Ford, at the age of sixteen and left the Netherlands to become an international model. She lived and worked in Hamburg, Milan, New York, Paris, Sydney, and Tokyo. Foster married wealthy property developer Mohamed Hadid in 1994 and moved to Los Angeles, where they raised their three children: Gigi, Bella, and Anwar. By 2000, she and Hadid had separated; Foster moved to a horse farm in Montecito with her young children and ran an interior design business from home.[50] Court documents revealed after Foster and Hadid divorced, Hadid paid Foster $3.6 million in cash, gave her several mansions along with several expensive cars and $30,000 in monthly child support.[citation needed] Yolanda was approached to join The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills prior to the second season's starting but declined at the time.[51]

Foster also starred in the Holland reality television series, Hollywood Vrouwen (Hollywood Women), about a group of Dutch women who live extravagant lives in Los Angeles.[51]

Yolanda married David Foster on November 11, 2011.[52] Yolanda and David currently reside in Malibu, and Yolanda runs a company called Hopelessly Romantic.[50]

Status: Married

Joyce Giraud de Ohoven[edit]

(Season 4 – present)

Joyce Giraud de Ohoven[1] is a Puerto Rican actress and model who has twice been named Miss Puerto Rico and finished as the second runner up in the 1998 Miss Universe pageant.[53] She has also appeared in such series as Baywatch, House of Payne, and Siberia.[54]

Girauld joined the series for its fourth season.[1]

Status: Married

Carlton Gebbia[edit]

(Season 4 – present)

Carlton Gebbia, also known as Carlton Elizabeth,[55] appeared in movies such as Eyes of the Serpent before acquiring guest roles on television shows such as Suddenly Susan and The Young and the Restless.[56] She later appeared in the 2000 comedy movie Time Share, and starred in the 2001 thriller Pretty When You Cry.[56] Gebbia is a pagan witch,[57] and joined the series for its fourth season.[1]

Married to David Gebbia,[56] owner of financial services company StockCross, Carlton made the transition from working in show business to designing. The couple has three children together, Destiny, Mysteri, and Cross.[57]

Status: Married

Former Housewives[edit]

Camille Grammer[edit]

(Seasons 1 – 3)
(Season 1 - 2: Main, Season 3: Recurring)

Camille Grammer is of Italian and English origin. She first found fame as a dancer, model, and actress. After marrying Hollywood actor Kelsey Grammer in 1997, she worked as a producer and a writer for their company Grammnet Productions. Together, they have a daughter, Mason, and a son, Jude. After a public separation documented in the first season of the series, in July 2010, Camille filed for divorce,[58] seeking primary physical custody of the couple's daughter and son, in addition to child and spousal support. The divorce was finalized on February 10, 2011.[59]

Originally, Camille left the show completely and Brandi Glanville, originally a "Friend of the Housewives", was promoted to regular Housewife to take her place. However, Camille then announced that she would return to the show for season three as a "Friend of the Housewives".[60] Grammer, who didn't attend the reunion for season three, will not be returning to the series for season four due to her desire to keep her personal life away from the media and to spend more time with her family.[61][62][63]

Status: Divorced

Adrienne Maloof[edit]

(Seasons 1 – 3)

Adrienne Maloof is an Albuquerque, New Mexico native who moved to Beverly Hills fifteen years ago. Adrienne, her mother, and four brothers comprise the Maloof dynasty, whose multi-faceted sports and entertainment enterprise includes the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada; the Sacramento Kings; the Sacramento Monarchs; Maloof Productions' Maloof Music; and the annual Maloof Money Cup skateboarding event.[64][65][66][67][68] She was earlier married to Dr. Paul Nassif, a rhinoplasty specialist and cosmetic surgeon who previously appeared on E!'s Dr. 90210.[64][66][67][68] The couple have three sons. In July 2012, Adrienne confirmed reports that she and her husband, Paul, were separating after nine years of marriage. On August 28, 2012, Paul filed for divorce seeking joint custody of his and Adrienne's three sons.[69] They reached a divorce settlement on November 8, 2012.[70]

In March 2013, Adrienne announced that the third season of the housewives would be her last.[71]

Status: Divorced

Taylor Armstrong[edit]

(Seasons 1 – 3)

Taylor Armstrong was born in Independence, Kansas and moved to Beverly Hills eight years ago. She prides herself on being a devoted mother to Kennedy Caroline (born 2006), her daughter with former venture capitalist Russell Armstrong. Taylor is portrayed as being extremely passionate about both her business and her philanthropic work. She serves as Chief Creative Director of BeautyTicket.com and volunteers for the 1736 Family Crisis Center; she has been an advocate for victims of domestic violence since 2004.

Taylor was born "Shana Hughes", but has changed her name several times; she has also been known as "Shana Taylor" and "Taylor Ford".[72] After allegations of spousal abuse and alleged money troubles, her husband Russell Armstrong took his own life and was found by Taylor and his landlord on August 15, 2011.[73] A month later, in September 2011, Taylor alleged that she suffered severe physical abuse during her marriage.[74]

Armstrong's memoir, Hiding from Reality: My Story of Love, Loss, and Finding the Courage Within, was released February 7, 2012.[75]

As of the fourth season, Armstrong appears on the series in a limited capacity.[76][31] It was announced on August 23, 2013, that Armstrong is engaged to lawyer John Bluher.[77] Bluher proposed to Armstrong while the couple were on vacation in Punta Mita.[77] Armstrong and Bluher are part of the cast for the fourth season of the VH1 series, Couples Therapy.[78] The couple wed on April 4, 2014, in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.[79]

Status: Married[79]

Housewives history[edit]

Housewife Seasons
1 2 3 4
Current
Lisa Vanderpump Main
Kyle Richards Main
Kim Richards Main
Brandi Glanville Recurring Main
Yolanda Foster Main
Joyce Giraud de Ohoven Main
Carlton Gebbia Main
Former
Taylor Armstrong Main Guest
Adrienne Maloof Main
Camille Grammer Main Recurring
Faye Resnick Guest Recurring
Dana Wilkey Guest Recurring Guest
Marisa Zanuck Recurring

Episodes[edit]

Season Episodes Season Premiere Season Finale Reunion DVD Release Date
1 17 October 14, 2010 January 20, 2011 January 27, 2011
February 1, 2011
June 28, 2011
2 24 September 5, 2011 January 23, 2012 January 30, 2012
February 6, 2012
February 13, 2012
December 4, 2012
3 22 November 5, 2012 March 25, 2013 March 25, 2013
April 1, 2013
TBA
4 23 November 4, 2013 March 10, 2014 March 17, 2014
March 24, 2014
March 31, 2014
TBA

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