‘Real Housewives of New York City’ Sets Season 14 Premiere Date

Bravo is about to launch the new season of The Real Housewives of New York this summer, after hitting pause and revamping the show.

Viewers will be able to see the new RHONY when the hit reality show returns on July 16, the cable network said in a press release.

Bravo also shared the announcement on its official Instagram and Twitter pages in a teaser featuring a woman taking a bite of an apple.

As previously reported, Season 14 will feature an all-new female cast including Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Lizzy Savetsky, Jessel Taank, and Brynn Whitfield.

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The New Housewives replaced the Season 13 cast after fans expressed outrage over conflicts involving race and religion.

A production source said Page 6 former cast member Ramona Singer reportedly said, “That’s why we shouldn’t have black people on the show,” in reference to the franchise’s first black star, Eboni K. Williams.

The singer denied making the comment.

RHONY fans are divided on the decision to bring in a new cast.

Twitter user @StargazerC38 writing”I’m trying not to get excited about it. I feel like Bravo fucked the dog up with season 13, and instead of rebooting the show, I should have just retooled the cast. […] I don’t have high hopes for that.

RHONY fan podcaster @MarTEAnisEddy writing on Twitter, “People complaining about the cast…get over it! I’m thrilled with this new group of women representing NEW New York.

RHONY returns July 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

Learn more about the new cast members below:

Sai De Silva is an Afro-Latina, born and raised in New York. She is the creative director of Scout the City, which started out as a passion project blog and quickly evolved into an online lifestyle destination. Scout the City chronicles Sai’s posh parenting adventures from her Brooklyn home where she resides with her husband David Craig and their two children, London and Rio.

Ubah Hassan is a Somali model and philanthropist who moved to New York and made it her home. At a young age, Ubah fled to Kenya with her father and brother, but later moved to Canada where she was scouted by a photographer and later signed by a modeling agency. Ubah is also an entrepreneur and founder of UBAHHOT, a hot sauce company she started from the ground up.

Erin Dana Lichy is a funny, confident and outspoken New Yorker, raised in Manhattan as one of five children in a tight-knit Israeli family. A born go-getter, Erin became a realtor at 19 and owns her own home improvement and design company, Homegirl. Erin’s husband is a lawyer and owner of Lichy Law. The couple share three children together and live in Tribeca. Erin is super social, loves being with others and is always up for a good time.

Jenna Lyons is the former President and Chief Creative Officer of J.Crew Group, where she was widely recognized as the creative force behind the phenomenal rise of the American retail chain from a catalog chain to difficulty at one of the most coveted fashion brands in the United States. Jenna is now co-founder and CEO of direct-to-consumer beauty brand, LoveSeen, and resides in New York with her son Beckett.

Jessel Taank is an outgoing and unapologetic fashion publicist and brand consultant known for thinking outside the box. Jessel, of Anglo-Indian descent, met her husband, financier Pavit Randhawa, after being introduced by a friend at a bar. The romance didn’t start immediately and they remained close friends for years before they started dating. The two married in Mexico in 2014 and have twins.

Brynn Whitfield is a brand marketing and communications professional. A cheeky “trophy wife in training,” Brynn has a penchant for interior design, fashion, and hosting dinner parties from her (small but mighty) West Village apartment. Originally from a small town in the Midwest, Brynn was raised by her grandmother who taught her invaluable lessons about navigating life, owning her narrative as a bi-racial woman and the true meaning of work. fierce.

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