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The Real Housewives Of New York City Season 13 Premieres On Tuesday, May 4 — Watch The Official Trailer, Cast Bios And Photos HERE!

The ladies from the Big Apple are FINALLY back! The Real Housewives of New York City season 13 premieres on Tuesday, May 4 at 9pm/8c on Bravo.

Returning are Leah McSweeney, Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and Sonja Morga, they will be joined by new cast member Eboni K. Williams. 

The cast will be joined by new friend Bershan Shaw and former cast member Heather Thomson will make guest appearances throughout the season. Check out the official Season 13 trailer, cast bios, and photos below!

Coming up this season: With a new apartment and the addition of a furry friend, Leah McSweeney is on a mission to continue elevating her life. Embarking on a journey to convert to Judaism, Leah’s newfound spirituality helps guide her as she faces the challenges of co-parenting her daughter and the devastating loss of a family member. No longer the new girl on the block, Leah is delighted to welcome Eboni to the group and have a good time with a fellow boss. 

The Upper East Side welcomes back Luann de Lesseps, who is excited to settle into her new space, be closer to friends, and even spark up a new romance. Luann is thrilled to be cooking up a new single and video with the help of the ladies – her support system as she gets back on a path to sobriety following a small slip up over the summer.    

After spending much-needed quality time with her family in Florida, Ramona Singer has returned to the city and is gearing up for her latest venture in real estate. She once again plays host to the women at her house in the Hamptons and finds herself at the center of old and new tensions among the ladies. 
Sonja Morgan is embracing a new chapter centered on self-love and self-care. With her friends by her side, she is encouraged to discover all she has to offer, and what the future looks like when she commits to prioritizing positive energy. After going off the grid for a bit, Sonja is back in the Townhouse to ground herself, move forward, reconnect with old friends and explore her dating options. 

New housewife Eboni K. Williams is the definition of a multi-hyphenate as a successful attorney, broadcaster, producer and author. Dedicated to empowering the voiceless, Eboni spent much of her career in the courtroom, but now brings her expertise and passion to working for REVOLT TV and hosting her own podcast. After ending her engagement at the beginning of the year, Eboni is ready for a change of scenery. Not only is she on the hunt for new real estate, she’s also on a journey to learn more about her family history and how it has inspired the woman she is today. 

“The Real Housewives of New York City” is produced by Shed Media with Lisa Shannon, Barrie Bernstein, Darren Ward, and John Paparazzo. Andy Cohen is also an Executive Producer. 

Meet the Housewives:

Unapologetically driven to give a voice to the voiceless, Eboni K. Williams is a host, author, producer, and attorney. Eboni recently launched her iHeart Media podcast, Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams, by her production company, Uppity Productions. Additionally, she serves as the host and executive producer of REVOLT Black News on REVOLT TV, for which she has also co-hosted the hip hop talk show State of the Culture. Eboni is the best-selling author of her memoir, Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance and Success. Using her privilege as a weapon, Eboni knows her presence is power in the rooms where she has often been the first and only Black person. Positioned for disruption, she enters these opportunities representing Black excellence intent on demonstrating and inspiring what is possible for Black people in America. No longer in the courtroom, Eboni remains a fierce advocate for liberty and life. With the lens of a legal scholar, she educates and inspires audiences, exposing institutional racism, breaking down controversial issues such as judicial discretion and expertly analyzing culturally relevant topics.  

Eboni is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and holds a B.A. in Communications and African-American Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. 

Balancing work, dating, house-hunting, and expanding her group of friends amid a pandemic and racial reckoning certainly has its challenges, but as with all things in her life, Eboni embraces and faces it like the fierce, unstoppable, and strong-willed woman that she is.

Leah McSweeney is a streetwear pioneer, female entrepreneur, cultural provocateur, and mother of 13-year-old Kier living in New York City. Leah famously launched Married to the Mob in 2004, one of the first streetwear brands for women, by women. She created her brand as a response to the male-dominated streetwear scene of the time, proving women could be innovators, designers, and consumers in the space. Since launching, she has brokered exclusive partnerships with MCM, Kangol, Barbie, Colette Paris, Reebok, and Nike. 

When she is not building her empire, Leah is a contributor to Penthouse Magazine, Hypebae and Mass Appeal. She also brought her strong female voice and viewpoint to her podcast, Improper Etiquette. Leah continues to advocate for female empowerment, street culture, and creative entrepreneurship, and leans into lifestyle topics like health, fitness, and breaking the stigma around mental health. 

Always inspired to elevate her life, Leah recently settled into a new apartment and welcomed a furry friend to her family, and she is currently embarking on a journey to convert to Judaism.  

Luann De Lesseps is everyone's favorite Countess! The model-turned-Countess has transformed her career as a nurse, author, philanthropist, and actress into a nationally recognized cabaret star. 
After its successful debut in 2017, Live Nation inked Luann's hit cabaret show, #CountessAndFriends, for a multi-year national tour that sold out venues coast to coast with rave reviews. She followed up on its success with her latest show, Marry, F**k, Kill, which fans were excited to see. 

Her globally recognized hit songs "Money Can't Buy You Class," "Chic C'est La Vie," and "Girl Code" have been streamed and downloaded tens of millions of times and resulted in her own Pandora station. Her dance hit “Feelin’ Jovani” was released to mass fanfare. Continuing her musical success, Luann recently teamed up with Grammy-Award winning songwriter Desmond Child (Barbara Streisand, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Ricky Martin) on her latest dance single, “Viva La Diva.” 
Luann continues to expand her horizons with frequent hosting and guest appearances on shows such as: The Today Show, The View, Wendy Williams, Dr. Oz, Access Hollywood, ET, and others. She appeared as a guest star on the popular Hulu show Difficult People, and fans can still see her in airings of Law & Order: SVU, alongside Mariska Hargitay. 

A champion for many charitable organizations, including: The American Cancer Society, GLAAD, and ACE Partnership for the Homeless, Luann has most recently partnered with The Fortune Society, which supports formerly incarcerated inmates by helping them build a successful life path as they reenter into society. 

Author of Class with the Countess: How to Live with Elegance & Flair, Luann is back on the Upper East Side and working on new music. She is the mother of two successful artists, Victoria and Noel.  

Ramona Singer is a true entrepreneur, most recently developing her own anti-aging skincare serum, Ageless by Ramona. To ensure her products have the best possible ingredients, formulas, and benefits, Ramona sought out the guidance of top dermatologists. Ageless by Ramona is available on Amazon Prime. 
At an early age, Ramona had a passion for fashion and later attended the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she was the first graduate of the four-year honors program, earning a BS in marketing. Ramona began her career in the elite Macy's executive training program as a buyer and continued it in sales management for major fashion companies such as Calvin Klein and French Connection. When she was 30, her entrepreneurial spirit arose, and she launched her own company dealing in closeout merchandise, working with some of the largest retailers. Once that spirit was ignited, Ramona continued to develop it by branching into the wine and accessory industry with the launch of the True Faith jewelry, HSN jewelry collection, and a Ramona Pinot Grigio. 
Ramona is passionate about her charity work, especially supporting women and children who are victims of domestic abuse, after the abuse she witnessed her own mother enduring. Ramona has always been a strong believer that children are the future and became involved with Africa Foundation/And Beyond, which helps build schools for children in Africa. 

Ramona has been spending much-needed quality time with family in Florida, but is thrilled to be back in her stunning east sixties apartment and commit to being a real estate broker in training. 

Sonja Morgan is a fixture of New York City society. She got her start modeling in Paris and Milan and studying marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology, representing high-end luxury brands while keeping her Berkshire-bred sensibilities and values. Sonja used her business acumen and social skills—along with rock-and-rollers, royalty, and the power set—to launch several award-winning luxury fashion brands and successful hot spots across the country. Sonja captured America's attention with her groundbreaking toaster oven recipes, which inspired the all-encompassing international fashion lifestyle brand she plans to grow globally with her partners. In 2015, Sonja launched Sonja Morgan New York, her signature fashion line during New York Fall Fashion Week. She continued to expand her brand with the launch of TipsyGirl, a prosecco and sparkling rosé line. In 2017, Sonja introduced her heritage brand shoe line Sonja Morgan by French Sole. In 2018, she added Sonja By Sonja Morgan, a curated selection of affordable luxury fashions and accessories under $150 and her recently released Sonja Morgan New York Parfum, a unisex scent of exquisitely aged natural essential oils. Her fashion lines, shoes, and perfume are available at 
As a divorced mother, Sonja dedicates her time to her daughter, her businesses, and her philanthropy, which includes work with children, artists, the LGBTQ+ community, and animals. A lover of the arts, Sonja enjoys producing, writing, and performing her inspirational "caburlesque" sing song skits at her Sonja in the City events that benefit her charities. Sonja received one of her first awards in 1990 at the St. Regis for being a Singular Sensation for her charity work as a young single woman alongside Vanessa Noel and Mira Sorvino. She received a New York State Senate award in July 2013 for her entrepreneurial business savvy, her use of the media, and, again, her charity work. She was interviewed on those topics and her "Philanthrocapitalism" by The Economist Magazine at the New York Stock Exchange for Bloomberg TV. She made her Off-Broadway acting debut in 2016’s Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, in which Sonja was able to play her alter-ego in the character of a sexually repressed teacher while still incorporating her signature bawdy, sexy sense of humor that viewers know her for. In 2018, Sonja continued her comedic climb with Improv Asylum and Cabaret appearances with her pal Countess Luann. 

Sonja's motto remains "Live each day as if you have nothing to lose and everything to gain,” and she is embracing a new chapter centered on self-love and self-care. 

Photo Credit: Bravo Media/NBCUniversal via Sophy Holland