A fast-paced reality show that follows several incredibly busy and ambitious Manhattan women. Watch as they balance envious social calendars, challenging careers, and motherhood, with the hustle and bustle of the big city all around.
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Let's face it, Andy Cohen, should not be on television. He is the antithesis of good television. He promotes bad behavior, bullying, and terrorizing his reality show guest stars. Andy Cohen is an indirect bully who allows to promote his misogynistic agenda in the Real Housewives series. His guests often play up to him because he's the unmistakable king of Bravo network at the moment. I find his behavior and reactions as offensive and disturbing at times. There is no sense of remorse, compassion, or sensitivity to his guests on screen or off screen. So why watch this train wreck after a reality show to get a response from it's participants. I can't stand Andy Cohen and I won't watch his show. He's not open-minded at all and has no compassion for his actions or for allowing misbehavior on television especially the housewives. He loves them but yet he exploits them for profit and entertainment. There is something sick about watching him get pleasure from others fighting or acting bad on screen. Still, this show should be canceled.
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