Oh Yay! Bravo has yet another reality series based in Atlanta. What is next? We already have fake wealthy women brawling, gay men in women’s high heels, and black lawyers who represent strippers proclaiming themselves as “southern belles.” How much more can we take? What’s wrong with Nashville, or Houston, or Memphis? Sigh.
The new show is called The New Atlanta. Everybody knows how much we need Yankees coming down here and telling us all about “the new Atlanta.” It follows Nene’s new Wedding show on Tuesday starting in September. And Speaking of Nene, it looks like she has learned a thing or two from Kandi Burruss because she is a producer on her show! Click through for all the details.
Alexandra Dilworth – A recent college grad, Alexandra is seen and heard in Atlanta’s hot Electronic Dance Music scene. She is a self-proclaimed “daddy’s girl” on the look-out for a husband who will be able to accommodate her current luxurious lifestyle.
Emily Lipman – Emily has the looks of the girl next door, but is a force to be reckoned with on her hunt for love. A successful boutique owner, she has quickly emerged as a new leader in Atlanta’s growing fashion industry.
Africa Miranda – A triple threat – actress, singer and model – Africa Miranda is turning heads in Atlanta. Co-creator of the live concept show “The Lipstick Junkies” and the face of several international hair campaigns, her sultry voice and lovely locks have put her front and center in Atlanta’s entertainment industry.
Tribble Reese – A partner in an event promotion company, Tribble always has the scoop on the hottest parties in town. An up-and-comer in Atlanta’s entertainment industry, this former arena football quarterback knows what it takes to score on the field but is also looking for a touchdown in love.
Jevon “Vawn” Sims – Vawn is known in Atlanta’s bustling music industry as the “Go-to-Guy” for artist development and discovering new raw talent. Now writing a book promoting his theories on love and romance, this “bad boy” with “good boy” qualities talks about relationships like never before. His tell-it-like-it-is attitude is one that you will either love or hate.
“The New Atlanta” is produced by Eastern and Monami Entertainment with Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman and Mona Scott-Young serving as Executive Producers and Angela Rae Berg, Jim Fraenkel and Michael Selditch serving as Co-Executive Producers.
About “I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding”
“I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding” proves that the second time around is a charm as the new docu-series features the nuptials of former spouses NeNe and Gregg Leakes. Fans have gotten up close and personal with the couple during “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” watching their happy marriage, devastating divorce and romantic reconnection. The stars align as the Leakes are ready to tie the knot once again in an extravagant wedding fit for a larger-than-life personality like NeNe.
Each episode follows NeNe as she plans the wedding of a lifetime and puts her team of experts to the test in executing her dream vision. Alongside NeNe is her bridal party, including Cynthia Bailey and Marlo Hampton, who bring a fair share of drama and fabulousness to the classy affair.
“I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding” is produced by True Entertainment and NeNe Leakes Productions for Bravo. Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Carlos King, Megan Sanchez-Warner and NeNe Leakes serve as Executive Producers.