For dedicated Bravo-holics, choosing a favorite “Real Housewives” city can be a challenge, as each has its own unique allure. Lukas Gage, known for his role in “The White Lotus,” recently shared that they find beauty in all the cities, making it hard to pick a favorite. According to Gage, New Jersey brings the drama, New York exudes class, and Beverly Hills stands as the O.G. of the franchise.
“Real Housewives” fans are well aware that each city offers a distinct flavor of drama year after year. Salt Lake City, for instance, delivered some of the most memorable moments in the past year, with Jen Shah’s dramatic arrest becoming an unforgettable TV highlight. Jen Shah has since been sentenced to 6.5 years in prison for her involvement in fraud.
Currently, three out of the eight “Real Housewives” series are airing: Miami, New Jersey, and Potomac. Additionally, “Vanderpump Rules” and Peacock’s “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip,” the first show to feature Housewives from multiple series, are releasing new episodes.
While these new episodes air on Bravo, cord-cutters can still enjoy the latest content through live TV streaming services like Fubo TV, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV. Hulu and Peacock also offer extensive libraries, including previously canceled series such as D.C. and Dallas. Peacock even exclusively revived “The Real Housewives of Miami” after its cancellation in 2011, following three seasons.
Below, we outline the best ways to stream every “Real Housewives” city online:
- Hulu + Live TV: For $69.99 per month, Hulu’s Live TV plan provides access to over 85 top channels, including Bravo. Subscribers can enjoy live sports, news, and cable networks, as well as access to Hulu’s ad-supported streaming library, which includes past seasons of beloved “Real Housewives” series like New Jersey, Potomac, and Beverly Hills. Additionally, Hulu + Live TV is bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+, offering substantial savings compared to subscribing to each service individually.
- Sling TV: Sling TV offers one of the most cost-effective ways to access cable channels online. The Blue plan, priced at $20 for the first month (limited-time offer), grants access to 41 top networks, including Bravo, E!, TBS, TNT, and CNN, providing real-time access to sports, news, and reality TV.
- Fubo TV: Fubo TV offers the most comprehensive option for online cable TV access. Priced at $75 per month, it includes 153 channels, 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR storage, and the ability to stream content on up to 10 screens. You can explore the service with a 7-day free trial before deciding on a monthly subscription.
- Peacock: For those looking to catch up on older seasons of “Real Housewives,” Peacock is the go-to option. It not only offers a revival of the previously canceled “Real Housewives of Miami” and “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip,” the first show to feature Housewives from multiple cities, but it also provides access to past seasons of all ten series, making it ideal for binge-watching.
As a “Real Housewives” enthusiast, you now have a range of options to ensure you never miss a moment of the drama, no matter which city captivates your interest. Happy streaming!