It's Official: Real Housewives of New York Season 14 Gets July Premiere Date

It's Official: Real Housewives of New York Season 14 Gets July Premiere Date
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Get ready for the all-new Housewives hitting the small screen this summer.

Bravo's Real Housewives franchise has been one of the most successful reality show projects of this century, spawning countless spin-offs and drawing millions to their screens each week.

While The Real Housewives of New York has undoubtedly been a truly beloved show due to its cast members and their relationship dynamics, sometimes things must be shaken up — and Bravo has done just that, announcing that the next season of NY Housewives will feature an all-new cast!

Fans took the news pretty well, especially after meeting the new cast at BravoCon 2022 and finding that Sai De Silva, Jenna Lyons, Erin Dana Lichy, Ubah Hassan, Brynn Whitfield, Jessel Taank, and Lizzy Savetsky are all pretty exciting people to follow. Unfortunately, Savetsky left the show during the early stages of production, citing hateful comments from fans as the reason for her departure, and it is still unknown if Bravo has decided to feature another unannounced housewife as her replacement.

Anyway, it looks like the show is already shot and ready to go, as Bravo has officially confirmed that Season 14 will debut on July 16, ensuring that the wait won't be excruciatingly long for the fan base. People are already anxious to get to know the contestants better, wondering who will turn out to be a villain and who will be a feel-good presence.

However, while the new cast looks very promising, one can't help but wonder if any of the series' old stars will make an appearance to share some wisdom with the newcomers, with Ramona Singer being asked to return the most. Although no confirmation has been issued, recent rumors suggest that Bravo is developing a spin-off, Real Housewives of New York: Legacy, with Singer and other fan favorites returning to the small screen.

Bravo's producers are clearly having a blast this year, as shows like Below Deck and Vanderpump Rules remain immensely popular, while other network realities like Netflix's Love Is Blind or CBS' Survivor are experiencing a severe backlash from critics. Let's hope the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New York will continue this trend, making both Bravo and the audience happy and providing them with a mix of drama and interesting character development.