Following the success of the award-winning series The Real Housewives of Cheshire, ITVBe is launching a brand-new version of the hit franchise, The Real Housewives of Jersey.
The Real Housewives of Jersey launches this month on ITVBe and, in a first for the ITV Hub, the entire series will be available to watch as a Box Set on the same day.
The brand-new ten-part series will see some of the island’s most fabulous Housewives embrace all that Jersey has to offer. A combination of St Tropez and St Ives, Jersey has everything from tranquil beaches to glitzy parties.
Seven Housewives will make their debut, taking centre stage and giving us unique access into their glamourous lifestyles, including: Ashley Cairney, Hedi Green, Jane Rayner, Kate Taylor, Mia Ledbury, Margaret Thompson & Tessa Hartmann.
The series will follow the highs and lows of our marvellous Housewives and their families who all live life to the full on the island whilst bringing fun, laughter, tears and of course, plenty of glamour.
Viewers will be treated to Jersey’s sweeping landscapes and natural beauty aplenty, together with lashings of drama and more gossip than you can handle!
Paul Mortimer, Head of Digital Channels, ITV said: “I’m thrilled to be welcoming to ITVBe and the ITV Hub an amazing cast of strong, aspirational women in the latest instalment of the successful Real Housewives franchise.
“This time, the island of Jersey delivers the amazing backdrop for the real-life stories that will unfold over ten, wonderfully bingeable episodes. Grab the popcorn!”
Mike Swindells, Executive Producer, Monkey added: “Having spent an incredible summer embracing all that the beautiful island of Jersey offers, we can’t wait to introduce the world to this magnificent location and our raft of exceptional new Housewives.
“As viewers would expect, the lives of The Real Housewives of Jersey are as complicated as ever, but the opportunity to devour the series immediately on the ITV Hub, means viewers won’t have to wait long to follow the twists and turns of their lavish lives.”
The series is produced by BAFTA-winning Monkey, which is part of NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. David Granger and Mike Swindells serve as Executive Producers for Monkey.
Outside of the UK the new series will be known as The Real Housewives of Jersey, UK.
NBCUniversal Formats distributes The Real Housewives franchise globally.