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Get ready for a daily dose of your favorite Real Housewives.
Starting in fall 2010, The Real Housewives franchise will air in more than 60 percent of the country on local network stations.
NBC Universal Domestic Television sold the syndication rights to local stations including NBC, CBS and Hearst Television. The series will air Monday through Friday.
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Miami, San Diego and Hartford are the local NBC affiliates that will carry the hour-long show.
"The Real Housewives franchise has all of the characteristics of a daytime hit: strong characters, terrific story-telling and escapism," said Barry Wallach, president of NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. "The series has truly become a national phenomenon, gaining in popularity each season and scoring huge local ratings on Bravo."
There will be over 100 episodes and five different locations (Orange County, New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey, Washington, D.C.) in the Housewives franchise by this time next year, providing more than enough daytime drama for people who aren’t familiar with the Bravo reality series.
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