Since we're all about to go into "O.C." withdrawal, it's a good thing Bravo has brought back "The Real Housewives of Orange County." The show, which offers a super-soapy glimpse into the real lives of the really rich, premieres Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 10 p.m. This season, there's a new woman on the block: Tammy, who once lived in one of the biggest houses around before losing her fortune. The whole first episode is already online, so here's a look at part one:
But that's not all. To hear what Bravo's doing with the O.C. kids,
Rumor has it that the real kids of the O.C. are getting their own online show. Webisodes of "The Real Kids of Orange County" are slated to go online every Tuesday night.
Bravo's also got a contest going to find the best real housewives from around the world. Contestants must submit three-minute videos of themselves and their families to a YouTube group, and the winner will appear in Star magazine and on Bravo. I don't know how you can compete with the Hugh Hefner party that housewife Jo attends in the first episode, but I'd love to see people try.