“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” returns next month
"The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" Season 4 premieres Sept. 5 — and it looks like there's no shortage of feuding and backstabbing.
Driving the news: The Bravo reality show's 2-minute trailer dropped on Friday.
The intrigue: The upcoming season will lead up to "a surprising betrayal," according to Bravo.
Zoom in: Monica Garcia, "an ex-Mormon" and a friend of Angie Katsanevas, will join the cast as the newest housewife.
- Garcia is a single mother of four who operates a baby products business.
- "Monica has no problem saying what she's thinking, even if it lands her in hot water with the other women," according to her bio.
- In May, Harrington revealed she was leaving the series to care for her 4-year-old autistic son, Today.com reported.
Meanwhile, Mary Cosby, a controversial cast member who departed after appearing in the first two seasons, will return as a "friend" of the main cast.
- Cosby's exit came after she made racist comments comparing Shah to "those Mexican people that make all those drugs" and skipped the season 2 reunion.
Of note: You can catch the premiere on Bravo or stream it on Peacock the next day.
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