The original series that started the hit franchise, The Real Housewives of Orange County is back for Season 11. The OG of the OC, Vicki Gunvalson, returns along with Tamra Judge, Heather Dubrow, Shannon Beador and Meghan King Edmonds.
This season, friendships are tested, forgiveness is earned, and alliances turn, when a new bold and brash housewife, Kelly Dodd, makes more waves than a hurricane.
Last season left Vicki on the outs with the ladies, but with Brooks finally out of the picture; she tries to get her friendships back on track and helps her daughter Briana move back to Orange County.
As Tamra gets ripped for a fitness competition, her son Ryan's relationship with baby mama Sarah is ripped apart.
Heather's mega mansion is way behind schedule as she finds herself in single mom territory as Terry works more than ever.
Shannon and David find their marriage rekindled and renewed but the stress of selling their house and moving into a new one threatens to throw her into a downward spiral.
Step-mom Meghan is ready to take the leap to biological motherhood when she tries IVF to get pregnant, but is frustrated that her baseball husband, Jimmy Edmonds, might not be as hands-on as she would like.
Meet the new housewife:
Fearless and confident Kelly Dodd has a mouth as big as her heart. Originally hailing from Arizona, her fiery Latin lineage and unfiltered opinions definitely bring the heat to the OC. With a penchant for gossip and drinking champagne, there is never a dull moment around her.
After a rocky period in her marriage, she recently reconciled with her husband Michael, who cashed out of major tech toy company and is now home and always underfoot.
Family is what's most important to this stay-at-home mom, who shares her 4-story oceanfront mansion with 9-year old daughter Jolie, her younger brother Eric and her mom Bobbi. Among the ladies, Kelly finds herself in hot water when she befriends outcast Vicki despite warnings from her bestie Meghan.
Season 11 of The Real Housewives of Orange County is produced by Evolution Media for Bravo, with Douglas Ross, Greg Stewart, Alex Baskin, Stephanie Boyriven and Adam Karpel along with Scott Dunlop, serving as Executive Producers. Andy Cohen also serves as Executive Producer.