“The Real Housewives of Potomac” season 2 premieres on Sunday, April 2, with fresh taglines for the new opening segment.
The cast of six Maryland ladies includes newbie Monique Samuels, an entrepreneur and blogger who has two children with her husband of five years, retired Washington Redskins player Chris Samuels. The returning five are Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon and Charrisse Jackson-Jordan. (Katie Rost announced on Twitter in June 2016 that she would not be back.)
Season 2 finds Bryant hitting it off with a man from her past, Huger looking to upgrade to a bigger home with her kids now out of the house, Darby’s new restaurant putting a strain on her marriage and Dixon facing questions about her future with Juan.
“Word on the street is, I’m still the word on the street,” Bryant says in her tagline. Meanwhile, Monique boasts, “I may be rough around the edges, but baby, so are diamonds.”
Jackson-Jordan’s tagline is, “Why cry over spilled milk when you can laugh over champagne?” And Darby promises, “I’ve played by Potomac rules, but now it’s time to play by my own.”