The Season 4 premiere airs tonight, November 4, at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo, but we’re looking out for you and are dishing out five things you can expect from the episode. Check out our teasers below and then hit the comments to let us know if you’ll be watching!
1. Updates on the Returning Ladies
In the first few minutes of the show, we’ll get to catch up with our favorite returning gals. Lisa is going to show us her dance moves, Kyle is going to go shopping (in her own store), Brandi’s going to look for a house, Yolanda’s daughter is a supermodel, and Kim is dealing with an empty household. But don’t you worry, the ladies are going to come together after these personal moments.
2. Awkwardness Between Lisa and Kyle
It’s no surprise that these former besties are struggling to keep their friendship from drowning, but in the Season 4 premiere, things get pretty awkward. Kyle makes an effort by hiring Lisa’s rambunctious SUR staff to cater her Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce party, but the planning meeting takes a rather dramatic turn when they bring up the past and the swirling rumors. Things between these two seem pretty toxic.
3. It’s Raining Men
Just because we’re obsessed with the Housewives themselves doesn’t mean we don’t take notice when there are new men in their lives. Brandi reveals that she gets pretty hot and heavy with her real estate boyfriend, Lisa’s DWTSpartner Gleb Savchenko gets pretty flirtatious, and Kim’s pitbull Kingsley helps her made her bed. Totally adorable!
4. Two New Housewives — Cue the Drama!
Sure, we already know that Joyce and Carlton are the new ladies of Beverly Hills, but we didn’t expect the drama to start right off the bat. Joyce and Carlton show up at Kyle’s Chamber of Commerce party and become the center of the conversation. While Joyce is a bubbly personality at the party, Carlton gets really defensive when people start questioning the cool factor of her childrens’ names. Uh-oh, don’t mess with this mommy!
5. A Crossover with Vanderpump Rules!
Let’s put it this way: if there weren’t credits between these two episodes, it would feel like a two-hour extravaganza. Since SUR is serving up guests at Kyle’s party, the drama easily flows from one episode to the next, providing seamless storytelling and some excellent crossover action. We hope that these shows continue to show the casts interacting with each other since their worlds are so close together anyways. So sit tight, brace yourselves, and don’t turn that dial when RHoBH is over.
Season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres at 8 p.m. ET tonight on Bravo, followed by the Season 2 premiere of Vanderpump Rules.