What To Watch After 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Season 7 Ends
If you can't get enough of the glitz, glam, and grandeur of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, there are tons of options to bask in the glow of the lifestyles of the rich and famous. The seventh season has come to an end with tons of unresolved issues between the Housewives. But before you go drying your tears on an Hermès scarf during the off season, there are equally glamorous TV shows are just a click away to satisfy your high society eye.
Yes, yes, I know dahling — no one can drink as much rosé as Lisa Vanderpump, talk as much trash as Lisa Rinna, travel the globe in style like Kyle Richards, or bring the drama on two different TV shows like Eileen Davidson. But even they need a break from each other. If the latest teaser for the reunion is any indication, the April 11 special is set to be showdown between Dorit Kemsley and Erika Girardi. Kemsley and her accent just can't seem to let "Pantygate" go. So while they go at each other's throats next week, why don't you cue up another drama-filled program in Beverly Hills to fill your void?
Whether you want to stay current or hit up Netflix or Hulu for a trip down a diamond-encrusted memory lane, I've rounded up several shows for you to pass the time until the ladies of 90210 return.
Beverly Hills, 90210
Aaron Spelling's coming-of-age masterpiece of melodrama has no shortage of breakups, makeups, and trips to Rodeo Drive. Follow the lives of Cali newcomers Brandon and Brenda Walsh as they struggle to fit in with the high-brow bunch at West Beverly High School. Tune in on Hulu or catch reruns on PopTV weekdays at 1 p.m ET.
Back in the day, no show gave 90210 a run for its money quite like Melrose Place. The steamy primetime soap opera peeked into the lives of a group of young adults living in a stylish apartment complex in West Hollywood. What could possibly go wrong? You'll just have to tune in and see. Fun fact: Lisa Rinna joined the cast in Season 5. Check out the show on Hulu.
The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Sing it with me: "In West Philadelphia, born and raised" a young man named Will Smith was plucked from his rough and tumble neighborhood and sent to live with his uncle, aunt, and cousin in their posh palace in Bel-Air. The culture clashes, comedy, and "Carlton Dance" are the stuff of TV legend. The show is pretty much on syndication everywhere, but TBS weekdays at 10 a.m. is a sure bet.
The Hills became an instant MTV classic thanks to the nonstop trials and tribulations of the lovable Lauren "LC" Conrad. Audiences couldn't look away as her friendship with Heidi Montag disintegrated and her love life was as unpredictable as Justin Bobby's appearance. Run on over to MTV.com to relive all the drama.
Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills
Who hasn't wondered what life is like growing up really, really ridiculously rich? Well, E! gave viewers an up close and personal look at the hysterical E.J. Johnson, sassy Morgan Stewart, witty Dorothy Wang, and company as they partied, drank, fought, and shopped until they dropped. E! Online has all the full episodes waiting for you.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians
What was once a simple, little program about a wealthy family's day-to-day life catapulted every sister, brother, and significant others' careers into the stratosphere. Where would pop culture be without the Kardashians? Keep up with the fam every Sunday at 9 p.m ET or on E! Online or Hulu.
Hopefully, all of these marathon-worthy shows won't make you miss the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills too much. Throw on your best costume jewelry, grab a fake Birkin and a stuffed animal Pomeranian puppy, and envision yourself in the Hollywood Hills.