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TONIGHT: Eileen Davidson and Lisa Rinna Make Their Debut On THE REAL HOUSEWIVES Of BEVERLY HILLS Season Premiere!

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Will the new season ofThe Real Housewives of Beverly Hills become the best soap opera on TV?

Well, we are about to find out when Daytime Emmy winner, Eileen Davidson of The Young and the Restless and Days of our Lives, and former DAYS star Lisa Rinna make their debut with the cast of the other “Bev Hils” elite gals which include: Yolanda Foster, Brandi Glanville, Kim Richards, Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump! It all begins tonight, November 18th beginning at 9PMET/8PMCST only on Bravo!

And for those who need a catch-up, here is where we are at from the end of last season:  After a sudden and secret departure from Puerto Rico at the end of last season, Lisa Vanderpump is still wary of her formerly close friends, but is beginning to reconnect with Yolanda and Kyle. She has no interest in making amends with Brandi, who is also struggling to move past her own hurt. The ladies all come face-to-face at Kyle’s annual White Party and the over-the-top event is bigger and better than ever now that Mauricio’s real estate agency is selling houses upwards of $50 million. The social event of the season brings original Beverly Hills housewives Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer and Taylor Armstrong back together. As unresolved issues come to the surface, Brandi is faced with making amends with both Lisa and Adrienne at the same event.   So just how will Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson figure into all of this?

Watch the trailer from the new season of RHOBH after the jump, and then let us know if you will be watching Eileen and Lisa tonight?

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  1. Cindy

    November 18, 2014 at 10:31 am

    I’ve never watched a “Housewives” show before, but will give this a shot tonite.

    • Sharice

      November 18, 2014 at 5:20 pm

      Will NOT be watching this immature cess pool.

  2. Christine Milligan

    November 18, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    I will watch whatever Eileen is in. I’ll give it a shot too.

  3. su0000

    November 18, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    that trailer was very deceiving..
    The drunk bitches were not slapping each other or berating their husbands and they were not in their sluttly gear out drinking and fighting and stabbling each other in the back ..
    I feel sorry for , Eileen..

    Now to keep up she will need a ton of botox, boob and butt job and lots of hair extensions.. lol

  4. Tammy

    November 18, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    I will check it out but I’m afraid it has to dvr sons of anarchy is on 3 left for its final ride going to really miss that show I also watch Chicago fire tonight .

    • su0000

      November 18, 2014 at 9:06 pm

      SOA, that made me think of Katey..
      Married with Children / Peggy Bundy-
      Peggy is the perfect stereotype of a The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fan ..
      LOL

    • Rapids

      November 19, 2014 at 8:17 am

      I didn’t see Eileen last night but Lisa Rinna was great. She has such moxie, such confidence. Beverly Hills Housewives was the best franchise for several years, last year it was not as good. I think Brandi ruined last year and hope she is moved to the sidelines.
      I encourage soap fans to watch, it is easy to get hooked.

  5. Patrick

    November 18, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    I’m watching for Lisa Rinna

    Eileen Davidson is a plus

    I will never watch a housewives show… except for this one… and thats only for these two

    i’m interested in the how will these two co’mingle, cohabitate, spar, mingle, frontline, their gobetween

    these two ladies need to shove all else aside and OWN

    LOL

    it’s a hoot

    laugh out loud

    brain freeze feast

    the bottom line… these ladies need to make a living… and they have the resume to shelve… top of the line… top shelve… bring themselves

    LOL

    I love Eileen and Lisa

    Days perseveres

  6. Annie

    November 19, 2014 at 6:54 am

    Well, there’s an hour of my life I’ll never get back. I’ve never seen any of the other Housewives of whatever, and wasn’t sure what to expect, but that will be the first and last time I do. Eileen (who was the only reason I tuned in) was not on the show, and the entire hour was spent on these airhead women talking about each other behind their backs. I couldn’t tell any of them apart, they all had the same superficial look. Lisa Rinna was on for a short time, but she seemed to be hamming it up for the camera the entire time and not the least little bit natural, she was just as phoney as the others. I kept waiting for something to actually happen, but after an hour, nothing did except a party that screamed conspicuous consumption. Not my cup of tea at all.

  7. Mo

    November 19, 2014 at 7:28 am

    How was it? I may watch on demand just to see Eileen. I still wonder why she’s doing it. They must be paying her a ton of money (I hope).

  8. George

    November 19, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    Out of all the Housewive’s shows, I like this one the best, however, last evening I really watched it to see Eileen Davidson. I have been an Ashley Abbott fan since the early 80s. I think it stinks that BRAVO did not show Eileen in the premier episode. What’s worse, they neglected to mention this prior to last evening. I was very disappointed! Now I’m hearing that she won’t be on the show until the 3rd show of the season and I had to do some fierce googling to find that out! Why isn’t BRAVO being more forthcoming? It would stand to reason that Eileen is stretched thin between DOOL and Y and R but they should have told us!!! I’m angry and not even sure I am going to watch the rest of the season. Lastly, send that drunken Taylor away for good! UGH!

    • Mo

      November 19, 2014 at 1:42 pm

      Maybe I won’t watch then if Eileen isn’t on the premiere. Have never watched any of the housewife shows. It’s all composed.

  9. PatF

    November 19, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    I have to laugh at some of the comments on here.

    I’ve been watching soaps since the mid 70’s and have listened to non soap watchers trash soaps the way a lot of you trash the Housewives shows.

    Sorry to tell you all…they really are no better than each other.

    It’s entertainment folks. Get off you high horses. Soaps are still making bad names for themselves when they get clips on the Soup. It is what it is.

    • Harry

      November 19, 2014 at 4:42 pm

      Dear Pat, Well, I had to laugh when I read your comment.
      You say the reality housewife show is no worse than soaps?
      Well, the former genre professes to be real but is really staged and yet, there are no writers because, see? It’s a “reality” show. (wink, wink). The latter genre does have writers and makes no pretense to be real–soaps are clearly fiction.
      Good soap writing has elements of greatness in it. To this day, you can illicit a tear from an AMC watcher by mentioning Jenny’s death or garner the same reaction from a OLTL by mentioning Megan’s death. GH? That would be BJ’s heart transplant storyline, of course. Romanticism was elevated to great heights with the marriage of Nina and Cliff and of course, Luke and Laura’s wedding. With these aforementioned stories, there were timeless elements of greatness which viewers found inspiring. In five years will anyone remember the insane cat fight between two housewives? No, and moreover, I feel this reality housewife franchise sets women back by showcasing and rewarding abhorrent behavior. It seems the smuttier, the raunchier, the meaner and the most classless prevail and none of these ahem, “ladies,” ever seem to pick a book or much less a newspaper.
      At least soaps know they inhabit the land of fiction and at least they have an inherent sense of humility.
      I think trashy reality shows such as the housewife franchise signal the end of civility and good manners.

      • Nanci

        November 19, 2014 at 6:47 pm

        Totally agree. Great post!

      • Rapids

        November 19, 2014 at 7:07 pm

        I’m a former soap watcher, just one soap off And on but I stopped watching four of five years ago. I was bored to death with the same old stories told in ever increasing drab fashion. Too many scenes shot in hospital corridors, actors wearing drab clothes, any sense of glamour ended with budget cuts. I loved the first few seasons of Housewives of BH , the cast was terrific. Scenes shot in Malibu, Beverly Hills, Paris, Hawaii, no expense was spared. Last season things got old and I felt Brandi ruined the show. I’m hoping for a great season with Lisa Rinna, Eileen and the cast minus Brandi.
        I think soap fans know reality shows hastened the death of their soaps and therefore they resent reality TV. I say give this show a chance. You will get hooked and love it.
        And the Atlanta housewives are a hoot, they are currently airing a new season as well.

  10. Christine Milligan

    November 19, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    Well I watched, but would like a refund! Eileen was on for less than one minute.

  11. Elite Advisors

    November 21, 2014 at 9:30 am

    I have never watched any of the REAL WIVES, but I taped it to see Eileen…obviously disappointed as she was not even featured. The show does not interest me at all. As the season opener, I expected more content…. it was worse than I expected. I still cannot believe Eileen even greed to do this awful show??! Very much a he step down….

    LIsa Rinna will do anything to get her face on tv and make a few dollars! In fact given the shows she has recently done, it’s a step up…. for her. She is a terrible actress.

    Watching the show and comparing it to our daytime shows, merely for entertainment value alone, has reinforced my initial feeling that these shows are just a waste of time. I’ll save my DVR space….sorry Eilleen…I love you but can’t watch this mindless garbage… even for you! See you on Y&R…

  12. Gmbenet

    November 22, 2014 at 6:38 am

    Are you sure this show is not fictional? I have never watched any of the Real Housewives franchisee shows, including RHOBH. After reading your “bring you up to date” section of this article I decided to keep my never watched record intact. I get enough drama on Days of Our Lives! But I do see why Eileen and Lisa were brought in. The franchisee wanted veteran soap stars to show the other ladies how it is done! Too much for me, though! Wish Eileen and Lisa well.

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According to TV Insider report: The first hour of the Emmys garnered 3.3 million viewers to top the hour by edging out a rerun on ABC”s Shark Tank, and then slipped to second place for the second hour with 2.8 million viewers.

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The Young and the Restless

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