The Real Housewives of Miami are back! Earlier today (October 29), Peacock revealed that RHOM Season 4 will drop on the streaming service this December.
The series debuted on Bravo back in 2011 but didn’t start gaining traction until Season 2 in 2012, when it was reworked to truly fit into the Real Housewives brand. Ahead of the return of the Bravo cult classic, here’s everything you need to know about The Real Housewives of Miami on Peacock.
Official Real Housewives of Miami cast revealed
In PEOPLE exclusive, Peacock has confirmed that Alexia Echevarria, Larsa Pippen, and Lisa Hochstein are all returning as full-time Housewives alongside newbies Guerdy Abraira, Julia Lemigova and Dr. Nicole Martin, while Adriana de Moura and Marysol Patton will return as Friends of the Housewives. Kiki Barth is joining as a new part-time cast member, as well.
Julia Lemigova is the first out, gay Housewife in the franchise, according to PEOPLE, with Braunwyn Windham-Burke previously coming out in her final season on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Previous cast members Ana Quincoces, Karent Sierra, Joanna Krupa, Cristy Rice, and Lea Black are not returning for RHOM Season 4, with Lea and Joanna revealing to TV Deets exclusively in the past year that they were not interested in reprising their controversial roles.
Real Housewives of Miami Season 4 trailer
Unfortunately, Peacock did not release the trailer for the new season but we should expect it in the coming weeks if the rollout for RHUGT was any indication.
RHOM is a Peacock exclusive
Earlier this year, it was announced that not only was a Real Housewives of Miami reboot in the works but that the new season would air exclusively on NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock instead of on Bravo, upsetting some fans of the franchise.
While it’s true that RHOM Season 4 will not be airing on Bravo—at least for now—there is hope that it will one day air on liner cable. For example, Below Deck Mediterranean Season 6 made episodes available on Peacock prior to their debut on Bravo on Mondays.
Bravo and NBCUniversal have a lot riding on the launch of Peacock, with new spinoffs in the Below Deck franchise and the highly-anticipated Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip coming to the service in the coming months.
RHOM Season 4 expected to land on Hayu
International fans of the Real Housewives franchise shouldn’t worry about being able to catch RHOM Season 4, either. Like the recently-announced Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, RHOM is expected to drop on streaming service Hayu shortly after it premieres in the U.S.
The Real Housewives of Miami Season 4 premieres this December on Peacock.