It looks like Bravo just couldn’t get enough of South Beach.
The channel is bringing back “The Real Housewives of Miami” for season two after a lengthy layoff, according to The Hollywood Reporter, with plans to give it a relaunch “worthy of the other series in the franchise.” Bravo is expected to announce the decision soon, as well as which cast members will be back on the series.
“Miami” first debuted in February of last year with a seven-episode run that averaged 1.09 million viewers per airing. The cast included Larsa Pippen, wife of NBA legend Scottie Pippen, although whom, exactly, will make the cut for a sophomore go-around remains unknown.
Oddly, the first season wasn’t designed to be a part of the “Housewives” franchise, and was instead going to be called “Miami Social” before the network changed course and repackaged it as the newest member of the “Housewives” family.
Refresh your memory of the series with the clip below…