If you are a fan of The Real Housewives Series, here’s something you can look forward to. There’s good news for fans of The Real Housewives series, as OSN+ has signed on to be the exclusive streaming site starting on Thursday, June 2. Creator of the show Andy Cohen said the new series in Dubai “is gonna blow the lid off the entire franchise”.
The Real Housewives of Dubai is the latest spin-off to be shot outside of the United States. The Real Housewives of Melbourne, The Real Housewives of Cheshire, and Ladies of London are among the global programmes, the latter of which starred Caroline Stanbury, who will reprise her role in the Dubai-based series.
Caroline Brooks, the real estate director and proprietor of The Glasshouse Dubai beauty salon, will join Caroline Stanbury (host of the Divorced, not Dead podcast). Chanel Avon will give an inside look inside her lifestyle as a supermodel and influencer. Lesa Milan, a maternity fashion designer, and Nina Ali, an entrepreneur and mother of three, will also be there. Sara Al Madani, an Emirati entrepreneur, will round out the list. The teaser, which was posted two weeks before the show premiered, generated outrage across the UAE, with various public figures expressing their displeasure with the image of women in Dubai.
The Real Housewives of Dubai will begin airing on OSN+ on Thursday, with new episodes airing every week. The first episode will be available on the streaming platform at the very same time as it airs in the United States (on Wednesday, June 1 at 8 p.m. EST), which will be 5 a.m. (UAE time) on Thursday, June 2. The subscription to the OSN+ website starts at $9.50 (per month) with a 7-day free trial first. Creator of the show Andy Cohen said the new series in Dubai “is gonna blow the lid off the entire franchise”.