Bravo announces three-part Real Housewives of New York City reunion

Following tonight’s doozie of a The Real Housewives of New York City Season 6 finale, Bravo will air a three-part reunion beginning Tuesday, July 29 at 9pm ET/PT.

Hosted by Andy Cohen, the reunion specials bring Aviva Drescher, LuAnn de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Carole Radziwill, Ramona Singer, Kristen Taekman and Heather Thomson together to talk about the season’s plentiful jaw-dropping moments.

On tonight’s RHONY finale — already much-discussed because of Aviva’s leg-tossing tantrum at Le Cirque  — Sonja confronts Harry and LuAnn about their alleged night together and Kristen unapologetically uses nepotism to land a modeling gig.

After the finale  LuAnn, Ramona and Heather join Andy to talk it over on a special Watch What Happens Live airing at 10/9CT.

On the first reunion special, July 29 at 9/8CT, Ramona takes heat for her behavior towards Kristen in Montana, Aviva addresses using foul language in front of kids and Carole and LuAnn both confronts Sonja for some questionable behavior.

Then tension between Aviva and Carole over “Bookgate” comes to a head in part two of the reunion, which airs on Tuesday, August 5 at 9/8CT. Ramona and Heather get into it about the Berkshires, and LuAnn confronts Sonja about their fading friendship. Plus, Andy puts Ramona in the hot seat about the status of her marriage, which allows LuAnn to get some revenge for Ramona’s past comments about her own divorce.

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The reunion concludes on Tuesday, August 12 at 8/7CT and sees Heather and Aviva throwing down when Aviva oversteps boundaries, Kristen refusing to allow Ramona to dismiss her opinions, and Ramona and Sonja defending their relationship.  Plus, Aviva lends insight into what led her to throw her leg in tonight’s season finale.

The Real Housewives of New York Season 6 finale airs tonight at 9/8CT on Bravo. 

Photo: Michael Lavine/Bravo


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