Real Housewives of Miami Is Now the Best Housewives Show — Here's Why
We have news to break and don’t be all, like, uncool about it: We’re officially declaring The Real Housewives of Miami as the best Housewives franchise. Every other city can go to sleep, GO TO SLEEP!
RHOM, now streaming on Peacock after starting out on Bravo, is wrapping up its fifth season (and its second after a 10-year hiatus), and we are here for it! Sure, we enjoyed it as much as the next guy 10 years ago, but these last two seasons have us wondering: Was it always this good? Why did they ever let these women out of our sight? Who’s to blame for this blunder? Andy Cohen?
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In other franchises, we have sprinter vans, psychic readings and stuffy formal dinners with seating assignments. In Miami we have OnlyFans photoshoots, witchy healing ceremonies and pool parties with flamingo floaties. The Real Housewives of Miami is fresh, it’s real and my god, it’s entertaining.
Sure, there are particular seasons of other franchises that are standouts (early New Jersey and all of NeNe’s Atlanta are reality TV gold), but if we’re talking about the best franchise on RIGHT NOW, it’s RHOM without a question. Don’t try to tell us otherwise. This isn’t an opinion, this is an obvious truth.
Don’t believe us? We’ve listed the top five reasons that make RHOM the most elite Housewives installment. Take a look and tell us what you think. Do you think The Real Housewives of Miami is the best? Drop your thoughts in the comments below.
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