Sunday at BravoCon 2022, the cast of Season 14 of The Real Housewives of New York City was announced during a taping of Watch What Happens Live. Jenna Lyons, Jessel Taank, Ubah Hassan, Lizzy Savetsky, Sai De Silva, and Erin Dana Lichy are the new cast members.
Jenna will show people how the fashion industry works. She used to be the President and Executive Creative Director of J.Crew Group.
Now, she is the Co-Founder and CEO of the beauty brand LoveSeen.
In 2020, she also had her own reality show on HBO Max called “Stylish with Jenna Lyons.” Ubah is a Somalian model and giver who left Kenya and moved to Canada, where a modelling agency signed her up.
She also started the company UBAHHOT, which makes the hot sauce.
On the new season of RHONY, there are also a lot of people who have a lot of followers on social media. Lizzy is a digital influencer, an activist, a mother of three, and the wife of Dr Ira Savetsky, who is a plastic surgeon.
The woman from Texas also has her own Instagram show called Bashert, where she helps Jewish singles find love and connect with each other.
Brynn is a brand marketing and communications professional from the Midwest. She calls herself an “a trophy wife in training” and loves throwing dinner parties in her West Village apartment.
Jessel is also from the fashion world. She is married to the financier Pavit Randhawa, with whom she has twin boys. She works as a publicist and consultant for brands.
Sai is the creative director of Scout the City. They were born and raised in New York. On her online lifestyle blog, she writes about the things she does with her husband, David Craig and their two kids, London and Rio. Erin grew up in Manhattan, too, and at age 19, she became a real estate agent.
She now owns Homegirl, a company that helps people fix and decorate their homes. The show will show how the women live their lives “run in the same social circles and do well in one of the world’s most different and exciting cities.
These women have made their mark in NYC, from fashion and real estate to philanthropy and social influence.
Now, they will share their lives as they juggle careers, families, and busy social lives in the city that never sleeps. “A press release from Bravo says so. The show will start filming this fall, and it will air for the first time in 2023.
After RHONY’s 13th season, which featured Ramona Singer, Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney, and a newcomer named Eboni K. Williams, Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen said that the show is cast would be completely new. Cohen, who is 54 years old, told Variety in March, “This is a major casting search,” He also said at the time that RHONY was at a “crossroads.”
Singer and Williams had a lot of problems with each other during Season 13. The two women often had heated conversations about race and politics.
A source told PEOPLE last October that after the last episode of the show, Bravo started an internal investigation because some of the cast members had complained about racism.
“Cast and members of the production were interviewed, but the investigation was closed after nothing substantial was found,” the source said. The source said that the investigation was one of the reasons why the season 13 reunion was moved and then cancelled.
A spokesperson for Bravo said before that there would not be a reunion because of “scheduling challenges” and that the network would be “shifting our focus to next season.”
In an interview with Variety, Cohen said that for the show’s 14th season, the creative team would be looking “all over Manhattan and the boroughs.”
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He added, “We are literally looking for the next Real Housewives of New York City! I think this is an excellent chance for the show to start all over again.
We are looking for women with all the qualities of a great Housewife: they should be fun, have strong opinions, be successful, and show a side of New York that we want to see more of.”
Along with the decision to change the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City, Cohen said that Bravo would start a new show called RHONY: Legacy, which would feature some of the most popular New York Housewives.