Bravo has dropped the first trailer for Porsha Williams' new Bravo series, The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Porsha’s Family Matters. The series is set to premiere on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
Those featured in the show include her fiance Simon Guobadia, her ex-fiance and the father of her daughter, Dennis McKinley and her sister, Lauren Williams.
“The series will follow Porsha and her family as she navigates life following her whirlwind romance and engagement to Simon Guobadia, with her family and fans getting to learn more about her future husband in the series,” reads a description on Bravo about the show.
“There are a lot of opinions on the matter from those closest to her — and so what better way to handle it all than by taking everyone to Mexico for yoga, meditation, energy clearing, serenity, drama, and tequila at a beautiful resort away from it all. In the series, fans will get to meet various members of the Williams family that have packed their bags for the trip as they try and navigate some major family drama during a retreat organized by Porsha’s sister, Lauren Williams. The getaway’s guest list also includes two important men in Porsha’s life: her ex-fiancé and daughter Pilar Jhena’s father, Dennis McKinley, as well as her new fiancé, Simon, of course.”
A producer previously gave fans a teaser of what to expect
“I don’t know if you guys are ready for this show,” James Brangert said during an Aug. 22 appearance on Bravo’s Chat Room. “But I think, you know, we stepped in when Porsha was at a crossroads in her life. I think it was a pivotal moment before her and her family.”
Williams’ family aren’t shy about telling it like it is either. Her mother Diane and sister Lauren, who will be featured on the spinoff, have also been staples and fan favorites on RHOA. “And, you know, a lot of families, they sweep things under the rug, and they don’t want to address issues that are in front of them,” Brangert added. “And Porsha and her family hit all the uncomfortable topics head-on, and they did it directly.”