'Real Housewives of Miami' Season 3 to Premiere Monday, August 12 on Bravo

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June 24th, 2013

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Returning Housewives Include Lea Black, Adriana De Moura, Alexia Echevarria, Lisa Hochstein and Joanna Krupa

NEW YORK – June 24, 2013 –Bravo Media retreats to South Florida to enjoy the sand and surf as “The Real Housewives of Miami” premieres on Monday, August, 12th at 9p.m. et/pt. The Housewives who are back for another dose of drama are Lea Black, Adriana de Moura, Alexia Echevarria, Lisa Hochstein and Joanna Krupa. Also returning in recurring roles this season are Marysol Patton and Ana Quincoces.

Excitement runs high this season as both Joanna and Adriana plan their dream weddings, but not everything is smooth sailing as Joanna and Romain disagree about a pre-nuptial agreement and Adriana deals with the aftermath of her friends finding out the truth about her relationship with her fiancé. Lea finds new bonds forming and old friendships are put to the test as she tries to prove she is more than just a housewife. Alexia’s focus remains on her two sons: Frankie who continues to make strides in his recovery from an automobile accident, and Peter, who is also going through some challenging times in his life. Even though Lisa struggles with fertility issues, she is determined to grow her family and will do whatever it takes to have a baby. Whether strolling down Lincoln Road or sipping mojitos on South Beach, these ladies prove why Miami is one of the sexiest and sultriest cities in the world. For more information, visit www.BravoTV.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR. For a sneak peek, go to: http://www.bravotv.com/the-real-housewives-of-miami/season-3/videos/prepare-to-go-mia

For more information, visit www.BravoTV.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR. For a sneak peek, go to: XX

The series is produced by Purveyors of Pop with Matt Anderson and Nate Green serving as executive producers and Maty Buss serves co-executive producer.

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  • Matt

    Really hope more people check this season out. Since it got revamped in season 2, Miami has become one of the most fun and my personal favorite out of all the Real Housewives shows.

  • Rono

    Last season was really great. But did they fire half of the cast or what? I don’t see Marysol, Karent, Adrianna there.

  • Matt

    Adrianna is in the middle of the photo.

  • #bravod

    Marysol and Ana are friends of the housewives this season, and Karent will be a guest this season

  • Dan

    When you get used to watching the drama on Jersey, its hard to enjoy any other housewives franchise.

  • Matt

    @Dan – I disagree. I watch all of housewives – but I have really grown tired of the same family bickering on Jersey. At first it was great seeing the family dynamic as none of the other shows really have that (except for Kim and Kyle on BH), however, it seems like every week is the same drama now. Atlanta and Miami I think are currently the most diverse as far as interesting and engaging storylines.

  • Melanie P.

    @Matt, I agree with you. I am tired of the endless family drama on RHONJ and am so glad Miami got a third season. It is such a breath of fresh air and hope it gains more viewers this time around because last season left me wanting more. I enjoy all of the Housewives franchises though. From the sneak peak, it looks like the OC 100th reunion episode special will be lots of fun tonight.

  • r0ckmypants

    Based on that description, this season sounds boring. Last season went on way too long, though it was a big improvement over season one.

  • Michael


    That’s weird considering RHOM has yet to get a full season. Both season 1 and 2 have only aired for mid season episodes. Half episodes cut in comparison to the other cities.

  • The Mike Factor

    The promo for this on the show’s website is wicked intense. RHONJ has gotten monotonous, but Miami just feels fresh.

  • r0ckmypants

    @Michael – Last season was 18 episodes. That’s the same length as RHONJ’s second season and longer than the second seasons of RHONY & RHOA. That’s the same length as seasons 3 and 4 of RHONY, and longer than seasons 2 through 6 of RHOC.

    So, no… it does not have half the episodes of the other cities. At most, it’s 6 episodes shorter than the longest seasons of any Real Housewives franchise (RHOBH, RHONJ, RHOA all had seasons with 24 episodes).

  • realet

    Most boring of the franchise by FAR, I hope that they cancel this crap, the HW are too plastic to be engaging and it has become the Joana show.
    The stories are fabricated and fake and it shows, while the other shows may have a lot of embellishment this one is full of people who think they can act and it makes up for the most fake stuff on the planet. I dont know hwat Andy is thinking keeping this alive out it to rest and stop waiting for Miami to pop.

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