Catch up on “The Real Housewives of New York City” on FilmOn! The television show, which is airing on ITVBe, follows several New York socialites as they wine, dine, have fun with other wealthy folks, and, of course, stir up drama. In America, the new season includes one new housewife–businesswoman/model Kristen Taekman as well as a recurring role for former housewife Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. Here’s what’s going down on Season 6:

“This season follows the ladies as they mix business with pleasure, party like rock stars, summer in the Hamptons, and allow their emotions to get the best of them any chance they get. Old rivalries will be reignited and new ones born, all while emotional twists and turns, surprise romantic encounters, and passionate arguments keep everyone guessing where people’s true loyalties lie. There is no shortage of outlandish moments and guttural laughs as the ladies find themselves as fish out of water when they leave the safety of Manhattan for more rustic locales like a cabin in the Berkshires and a “glamping” trip to Montana.”

The episode you can see on ITVBe involves the housewives going to a trip in paradise. Of course, fun in the sun isn’t the only thing that’s on the list of activities.

“Despite her fear of flying in small planes, Aviva decides to join the group in St. Barth’s, but doesn’t receive the warm welcome that she was anticipating.”

You can watch ITVBe below the post or at its page on FilmOn. You can search other UK live TV channels, such as Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC One, BBC Two and more from ITV at FilmOn. There’s more web TV on FilmOn, including channels from all over the world as well as streaming movies and vintage television shows. You can watch FilmOn for free in SD or, for a low monthly subscription, in HD with added DVR recording space.

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Real Housewives of New York City

By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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