The Real Housewives of Potomac: Everything You Need to Know About Bravo’s 6 …

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‘Real Housewives’ expands; Brooks Ayers admits lie.

Bravo is back with a new addition to its “Real Housewives” series. Bravo announced Wednesday that it’s adding two more ritzy destinations to its highly popular reality franchise in 2016 — Potomac, Maryland and Dallas, Texas.Bravo on Wednesday released the trailer for the newest installment in the “Real Housewives” franchise, and this one’s close to home: get your champagne flutes ready, Potomac, Md.“If you haven’t heard of Potomac, that’s fine,” one woman says in the first clip from The Real Housewives of — you guessed it — Potomac. “Because that means we’ve done a great job keeping it a nice little secret.” The rest of the clip features plenty of champagne, some playful humping, and a serious conversation about racial identity — oh, and plenty of drama. “There’s no place for her in our social circle,” one woman ominously declares.

Andy Cohen and company are heading to Potomac, where “new money is good, but old money is so much better.” According to a news release, the show, which premieres at 9 p.m. We’d been getting reports about the cast and film crews following a group of African-American women from the Maryland ‘burbs in the summer, but the working title — “Potomac Ensemble” — didn’t tip that the squad was a new “Real Housewives” cast. Potomac, Maryland, is the eighth city to get its own Real Housewives installment: Its predecessors include Orange County, New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Miami, and Washington, D.C. (Dallas will be joining the lineup sometime in 2016). News about a major lie in discussing his cancer treatment: “Words cannot express the deep regret that I have in fabricating documents to ‘prove’ to the world that I, in fact, have cancer.

Bravo describes the women as “socialite and single mom Gizelle Bryant, international model and TV personality Katie Rost, grand dame Karen Huger, social butterfly Charrisse Jackson-Jordan, publicist and single mom Robyn Dixon, as well as restaurateur Ashley Darby.” More relevant deets: Jackson-Jordan is a former president of the NBA Wives Association and wife of former Wizards head coach Eddie Jordan; Rost was once linked to hip hop mogul Russell Simmons; Bryant is the ex-wife of popular Baltimore pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant; Darby was crowned Miss DC 2011 and later married prominent developer Michael Darby. Bryant was married to pastor and activist Jamal Bryant, with whom she “lived in Baltimore in wedded bliss for seven years.” The preview promises tropes familiar to any “Real Housewives” fan: fights on boats, fights about etiquette and fights over bringing husbands to “girls only” events. The series, which is set to premiere on Jan. 17, follows a cast of six deep-pocketed women as they look to maintain their statuses in a town filled with gated mansions, upscale country clubs and high-end prep schools.

The teaser offers a glimpse of what’s now become standard-issue RH fare (McMansions, five-inch heels, catty confrontations), but the show had stirred up drama even before the first voice-over began. DETROIT (AP) — Lexus put the red bows atop its cars a month early, and General Motors is advertising Black Friday deals two weeks before Thanksgiving as the auto industry copies traditional retailers with holiday discounts well before the holidays.

We reported on a leak from True Entertainment, the production company shooting the series for Bravo, indicating that the show would follow six affluent African-American women with ties to Jack and Jill of America, a historic social club that “becomes a playground for gossip and cattiness among its members.” Perhaps the second time will be a charm for the Washington area and its notoriously bad track record as a backdrop for reality TV (that is, if you don’t count C-SPAN). Car buyers will reap good deals for a longer time, analysts say, as automakers battle to hold or increase their share of what likely will be record U.S. auto sales this year.

Lexus, Toyota’s luxury brand, started its sales early as it tries to catch Mercedes and BMW, which in recent years have dueled to be the top-selling U.S. luxury brand. Lexus’ “December to Remember” sale offers low-mileage three-year leases of $40,000-plus cars for as little as $319 per month with about a $3,000 down payment. You should be able to get around 10 percent off the sticker price of a lingering 2015 model, maybe more on higher-priced large trucks and SUVs, says independent auto analyst Jesse Toprak. Dealers are hungry to clear their lots of 2015 models because they don’t want them sitting with big discounts next to 2016 models, Toprak says. “The old notion of ‘year-end clearance sale’ has some validity,” he said.

Automakers measure inventory by dividing the sales rate per day into the number of vehicles on dealer lots to figure out how many days worth of cars are out there.

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