The final season of The Real Housewives of New York City was a rollercoaster ride, to say the least. There’s no doubt that season 13 was plagued by under-rating and the reunion fiasco made headline after headline. And ultimate? The ladies of the Big Apple never got together to film the ever-popular reunion special with Bravo boss Andy Cohen. As fans know, these reunions always create a lot of drama, so it was a drag.
In an interview with Variety, Cohen revealed some significant changes that were coming for the popular franchise, and shared with the outlet his plans to “reboot and recast” the show, as well as a spin-off show starring former stars create. “You know we’re at a crossroads for ‘RHONY,'” Cohen told the outlet at the time. “We spent a lot of time figuring out where to go. And the plan that we’ve come up with I think is a real gift for the fans.” The television personality added that he thinks it’s best to start part of the show with all-new faces since New York City is a melting pot of different people. “We’re looking for a multicultural group of friends who truly represent the most exciting city in the country,” he explained. “We are looking for a group of women who are real friends and who come from different backgrounds, races and religions.”
Now it seems like Bravo has found the first woman to star in the newly revamped series.
Meet Lizzy Savetsky
A new face is ready to take The Real Housewives of New York City by storm. Page Six reports that Lizzy Savetsky is the first lady to join New Big Apple cast. The mother of three is a fashion influencer and already quite popular on social media. As of this writing, Lizzy has amassed 203,000 followers on Instagram alone, and it’s safe to say that once she officially joins the cast, she’ll be getting a lot more. The outlet reports that she is the only confirmed member so far.
The Texas-born influencer regularly posts photos of herself rocking the latest fashion trends and posing in front of the stunning New York City skyline. Lizzy is married to plastic surgeon Ira Savetsky, and he also boasts a pretty impressive Instagram following of nearly 20,000. Lizzy appears to have just returned to New York City, which she hinted at in her Aug. 22 Instagram post. “I can’t think of a better way to bring this next chapter to New York than to speak to such a beautiful, fresh group of Jewish young women at @yeshiva_university’s orientation tonight!” she wrote.
according to dr Magazine Lizzy and her husband met while studying in New York City and returned to Dallas during Ira’s scholarship in 2022. So it’s unclear how filming will work and if Ira will be involved, but we’re excited to find out more!