The Real Housewives of Miami

The Real Housewives of Miami
The Real Housewives of Miami (Photo by Bravo Media)

Series Overview

The Real Housewives of Miami is a reality TV series that ran for three consecutive seasons on the Bravo network from 2011 to 2013. In addition, it returned in 2022. The series is part of Bravo’s hugely successful Real Housewives franchise. Each episode follows the personal, professional, and social lives of women living in the Miami / South Florida area.

List of Cast Members

Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show.

  • Adriana de Moura
  • Alexia Echevarria
  • Ana Quincoces
  • Cristy Rice
  • Joanna Krupa
  • Karent Sierraoa
  • Larsa Pippen
  • Lea Black
  • Lisa Hochstein
  • Marysol Patton

List of Episodes

The Real Housewives of Miami ran for three seasons with a total of 41 episodes, which includes the reunion shows. Following is a list of episodes.

Season 1 of the Real Housewives of Miami

  • S1 E1 – Paradise Cost – In the series’ first episode, Lea invites everyone to her house for food and drinks, and the discussion turns emotional.
  • S1 E2 – Black Ball’d – Lea aims to raise $ one million at the Black’s Annual Gala. Celebrities and socialites attend, but drama ensues when Christie arrives with two friends but does not RSVP.
  • S1 E3 – Optical Delusion – Adriana invites the group to one of her gallery openings. However, the artist had not finished all of the paintings. Adriana has to create some smoke and mirrors to distract her guest. Yet, they are not fooled, and the drama begins.
  • S1 E4 – Waterfront & Center – Alexia and her hubby, Herman, invite the ladies for dinner. However, Lea doesn’t appreciate the lack of vegetarian options. Adriana reveals that she is having financial trouble. Lea sends Cristy an invoice for attending the annual gala without an RSVP. Tacky!
  • S1 E5 – Beach Slap – Larsa invites all the ladies to a cooking lesson at her restaurant. Then, Adriana stirs the pot by putting Cristy on the hot seat, questioning her about a rumor about Lea’s gala. Lea chimes in, adding fuel to the fire until Larsa steps in, defeated over her ruined luncheon. Meanwhile, Marysol and Philippe return from an eventful trip to Aspen, where they eloped and are excited to start their life as a married couple. Cristy and Alexia are in a fashion show for charity, but on the way over, Alexia gets into a bad car accident, leaving a panicked Cristy to finish the show alone.
  • S1 E6 – Miami Mamis Know Best – Marysol invites the ladies over for a dinner party, and to spice things up, she includes her mother, Elsa. After being challenged to read the women’s energies at dinner, Elsa calls Larsa “emotionally immature,” setting her off and sending the dinner into a tailspin. Meanwhile, Alexia has been working hard to pave the way for her son Peter’s future as a model, including taking him to a modeling agency to get signed. Meanwhile, Lea has been working hard to plan a dinner party with Chef Michelle Bernstein.
  • Season 1 Reunion

Season 2

  • E1 – A Tale of Two Miami’s
  • E2 – Text, Lies and Your Smile Is Fake
  • E3 – A Mynt Meltdown
  • E4 – She beat me to the Tweet!
  • E5 – Eager Beaver
  • E6 – Sexting Candles
  • E7 – Bras and Brawls Part 1
  • E8 – Bras and Brawls, Part 2
  • Conflicting Conflict
  • A Better or Bitter Place
  • Uncomfortably Public Relations
  • Parents Fly South
  • Elsa Foretells a Storm
  • Surrounded By Hot Water
  • Healing Hole
  • Reunion Part 1
  • Reunion Part 2

Season 3

  • Til Lies Do Us Part
  • Hurricane Adriana
  • Booby-Trapped
  • Black Magic
  • A Cause for Concern
  • A Ple-Thora of Lies
  • La La Land
  • Mama Elsa Comes Home
  • Birkin Buddies
  • Brazilian Bridezilla
  • The Black Sheep
  • Bridesmaid Breakdown
  • Blame It on the Alcohol
  • Mrs. Zago
  • Reunion Part 1
  • Reunion Part 2

Production Company and Executive Producers

The Real Housewives of Miami series is produced by Purveyors of Pop for Bravo TV. The executive producers are Matt Anderson, Maty Buss, and Nate Green.

Critical Response and Awards

Although the series ran for three seasons, online reviews are terrible. The series has a rating of 2.8 out of 10 stars on IMDB and 5.5 out of 10 on 77% of Google users indicate they like the show, but Google users seem to like everything.

More Information

For more information, visit the Official Website of The Real Housewives of Miami on Bravo’s website.

Questions & Comments

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback about the Real Housewives of Miami series, please post a message below. Also, check out the other Real Housewives series on Bravo.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here