Legal troubles seem to be the theme of The Real Housewives franchise and season 3 premiere lately “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” which airs on Wednesday (September 28) is definitely part of the club. And that’s not even the big mess that ended last season (we’ll get to that in a moment).
(You can watch The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo. You can stream episodes live fubo TV that offers a free trial. Episodes continue to stream the next day as well peacock.)
As viewers saw in Season 2, Jen Shah was accused of being part of a telemarketing scheme that scammed people, particularly the elderly. Shah continued to insist on her innocence despite real events suggesting there was much more to the story (her guilty plea, for example).
In a short clip from the season 3 premiere of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, we see images of tapes from 2019 that look like an audition of sorts. Jen talks about her business making millions. Meredith Marks praises her friendship with Lisa Barlow, and Barlow pledges love back. Whitney Rose and Heather Gay also share a love fest together with comments.
Then the clip jumps to the year 2022, giving us scenes where it sure looks like old friendships are fraying – Whitney and Heather yelling at each other! — and further conflicts are brewing. Adding to Jen’s legal woes, Lisa is forced to explain why the show’s mics picked up her behind-closed-doors tirades in Season 2, when Lisa insulted her supposed best friend Meredith and insinuated all sorts of horrible things about Meredith. her marriage and more.
How will all of this play out in Season 3 Episode 1 titled Revenge Marks the Spot? Here’s the description: “Jen is trying to get the ladies back together; Lisa’s tirade redefined her friendship with Meredith; Jen prepares for pre-trial briefings; Whitney turns to Heather for help.”
Tune in to The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 3 Episode 1 Fireworks on Wednesday, September 28 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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