Real Housewives All Stars Season 1: Release Date, Cast And New Details

There are Real Housewives all across the nation and even the world, and soon, fans will be getting something they have wished and hoped for, due to all the excitement and drama these reality shows bring: "The Real Housewives All Stars!" Also known as "Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip," this spinoff miniseries will bring together cast members from various cities, all vacationing together in one spot, per Us Magazine.

Whether a viewer is watching the lovely ladies of New York, Beverly Hills, or Atlanta, they are being entertained by the friendships, fashion, and fights that help make this franchise such a success. So imagine how much all of this will be elevated, once a whole group of these stars gets together.

When will this new series air, though? How long will fans have to wait before devouring it? And who all will be seen in it? Keep reading to get all these details and more.

When will this spin-off premiere?

"The Real Housewives All Stars" was first announced in September 2019, according to Deadline, and principal photography for the show started in April 2021, as reported by Vulture. Originally, the spinoff was going to air in June, but COVID-19 caused some changes. Specifically, the number of cast members had to be decreased, as "the program could only rent seven bedrooms, according to the pandemic protocols" (via The Sun).

While no official start date has been announced just quite yet, it has been teased by a Bravolebrity: When asked when fans can expect it all, RHONY's Ramona Singer said on her Instagram that the answer is November, as seen via Reality Blurb.

Hopefully, it is sooner rather than later, as many are more than ready to watch these ladies live it up in Turks and Caicos and on Peacock, which is where the reality series will air (via Cheat Sheet).

Who will star in it?

Besides wanting to know when "The Real Housewives All Stars" can be watched, some may also be wondering who will be starring. Let's just say that the behind-the-scenes team did an excellent job, bringing together some fan favorites from various spots around the United States.

First up, from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," there is Melissa Gorga and Teresa Guidice. From "The Real Housewives of New York City," fans get Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer. Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore are representing "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." And, to round things out, there is Kyle Richards from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," according to Cheat Sheet.

But wait ... There's more! The cast for a second season of this show has already been confirmed, too! It will be made up of Atlanta's Eva Marcille and Phaedra Parks, Beverly Hills' Brandi Glanville and Taylor Armstrong, New York's Dorinda Medley and Jill Zarin, and Orange County's Vicki Gunvalson (via otakukart.com).

What new info has been released about the show?

So far, three main points are known about "The Real Housewives All Stars," in addition to the cast and the place to watch. First, the women totally brought it and delivered some amazing looks, which is evident from the many social media photos that were shared.

Secondly, an inside scoop came from Anthony Dominic on Twitter: Ramona Singer tried to get the best room but failed to do so, and on the first day, she got into it with Kenya Moore. How exciting (via Showbiz Cheat Sheet). Finally, it has already been confirmed that Season 2 is filming at Dorinda Medley's Blue Stone Manor in Great Barrington, Massachusetts (via Heavy).

Based on the stars, the locales, and the thrills for which this franchise is known, this spinoff is sure to entertain fans in a whole new way ... so it better be airing soon!