'RHOP' Season 6: Air time, how to live stream, trailer, cast and all about Bravo's hit reality show

With Monique announcing that she won't be returning for Season 6, the show will focus on Candiace's tryst with another housewife


                            'RHOP' Season 6: Air time, how to live stream, trailer, cast and all about Bravo's hit reality show
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Ever since its premiere in 2016, the 'Real Housewives of Potomac' ladies have managed to consistently give us the drama and entertainment we seek from Bravo's hot franchise. In just a span of five seasons, the Potomac housewives have managed to win over fans with their intriguing and extravagant lifestyles and interesting interpersonal relationships. Season 5 of 'RHOP' may have just ended, but we are already wondering about the next season and what drama can we expect to see when the new season hits our screens.

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Release date

'Real Housewives of Potomac' is all set to premiere on Sunday, July 11, at 8/7c only on Bravo.

How to live stream

The show is available for streaming here, following its premiere. 

Plot

Season 5 of 'RHOP' ended with no resolution between Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard. The remaining housewives split themselves into groups picking the side of the housewife they support. While Gizelle Bryant, Wendy Osefo, and Robyn Dixon are firmly siding with Candiace, Karen Huger and Ashley Darby seem to be Team Monique. With Monique announcing that she won't be returning for Season 6, the show will focus on Candiace's tryst with another housewife. New housewife Mia Thornton and Candiace have already been spotted locking horns in the season's trailer. So looks like there's some more explosive drama awaiting us. 

While Gizelle Bryant’s west wing dreams finally come true, the wings of love start to unravel with her ex-husband, Jamal, and she tries to focus on building a happy home with her children. Karen Huger’s marriage institution is 25 years strong, and she is ready to celebrate the momentous occasion in a big way—but a pandemic and Ray could both put a damper on her caviar dreams. Ashley Darby is expanding her family with Baby Darby 2.0. She is happier than she has ever been, but fear of the postpartum depression and relationship issues with Michael that she fought hard to overcome after giving birth to Dean threaten her joy. Robyn Dixon has waited a long time for that ring, but between building a house, a business, and possibly a wedding, she is overwhelmed and finding it challenging to be motivated to do much else. And it’s causing trouble in paradise with her fiancé, Juan. Candiace Dillard-Bassett is going after her dreams with a vengeance: she’s back in school for her master’s degree, working on her album, and pursuing acting. Her husband, Chris, has stepped in as her “husbanger” to help her keep it together—but things get tricky when Chris struggles to separate work from wife.

Dr. Wendy Osefo has a new attitude and is making some massive changes to her life to go along with it as she ventures into new territories in work, fashion, and even her friendships. She is finally living her truth and is ready to show the ladies the other side of Dr. Wendy. Mia Thornton is an entrepreneur and a certified “boss.” She is living life like it’s golden with her multiple businesses while being a mother of three and wife to her successful husband, who is 32 years her senior. Mia has not always lived on Easy Street, but she is ready to let it all hang out with the ladies of Potomac. Robyn’s friend Askale Davis is a bubbly, fashionable mother of three with a proud Ethiopian heritage. She also goes by the name “Ethi-Oprah,” but unlike her namesake, she likes to stir the pot.

 



 

 

Cast

Although Monique Samuels confirmed that she received her contract, the housewife revealed in her Instagram live session that she wouldn't be returning for the next season. With Monique out, it remains to be seen how the remaining cast members interact with each other, especially Karen Huger and Canidace Dillard. Gizelle aka the pot-stirrer of the franchise will definitely be back on the show, while Karen and Ashley too might return. Wendy's debut season managed to irk quite a few fans so it remains to be seen if the housewife will return. During her interview with David Yontef on his 'Behind the Velvet Rope' podcast, Candiace declared that she would never film with Monique. Candiace shared, "I will not film with her, I will not work with her — I, for my mental health, cannot be around someone who is doing a music video to promote the song bragging about fighting me. And there's nothing that I need or want to say to her. This is still a job at the end of the day. I'm not working with her and that's not an ultimatum. That's nothing but my truth. I am not comfortable in that space.” 

Mia Thornton will be taking Monique's place as the housewife on 'RHOP'. Askale Davis joins as the newest friend of the housewives.

 



 

 

Creators

 'The Real Housewives of Potomac' is produced by Truly Original with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Lorraine Haughton-Lawson, Lauren Volonakis, Nora Devin and Eric Fuller serving as Executive Producers. Jackie Hebert and James Brangert serves as Co-Executive Producer. Andy Cohen also serves as an Executive Producer.

Andy Cohen arrives at Lincoln Center's American Songbook Gala Honors Lorne Michaels at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on February 11, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

 

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