Navigating the pitfalls of marriage and divorce, these six women - Andi Black, Susan Doneson, Cori Goldfarb, Gail Greenberg, Amy Miller and Liza Sandler - are all going through the process of reinventing themselves under the microscope of family, friends and exes. Throughout the season, this sisterhood of friends will come together and take on some of life's biggest challenges. From second or third divorces, new marriages, searching for love, and adjusting to an empty nest, every conflict is fraught with decades of real baggage. Years of memories are amongst this intertwined group of women, but can they come together for the moments that truly matter most?
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Secrets and Wives was an American reality documentary television series that premiered on June 2, 2015, on Bravo. The series was greenlit by Bravo in July 2014. The docu-series chronicles the life of six women who all grew up on Long Island and follows them as they go through the challenges of marriage and divorce. The women are described as a “tight-knit, ultra-wealthy group of friends and rivals who know everything about each other.” The series may resemble the series The Real Housewives aired on the same network. One of the cast members, Andi Black, explains the difference by saying that “we've [the cast] all known each other for 20 to 30 years.” She emphasizes the fact that they are all long-time girlfriends and have always been involved in each other's life. “When the camera stops rolling, we're still talking about the same issue,” she also added. The show was not renewed for a second season.
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Verne Gay from Newsday wrote a negative review about the show by saying that “the ladies seem like fun, the show not so much.”
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