On the next “The New Atlanta” Episode 4, “Sashay, Shante, Melee,” Emily brings up a past issue with her ex, while Alex makes a move on Vawn — in front of Africa. Africa is falling hard for Vawn, even as Tribble and Emily grow increasingly suspicious of the producer-turned-paramour’s intentions. After a wild night out on the town, Emily makes a startling accusation against her ex. As Africa looks on, Alex decides to make her move to seduce Vawn.
The heart of the Old South has a new set of faces taking the city by storm in Bravo Media’s docu-series, “The New Atlanta”. The series follows the next generation of the city’s trailblazing young professionals who are hungry to achieve their dreams and find love as they struggle to resolve heartbreaks from the past. Aggressive in both their professional and personal lives, each hopes to make a mark in the cutthroat industries of fashion, music, event planning and business while taking advantage of Atlanta’s hot social scene.
Catch the latest drama on the next ‘The New Atlanta’ Tuesday at 8/7c on Bravo.
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I'm not surprised that I am not finding any blogs about The New Atlanta. Being a loyal RealityTea.com reader where usually just about all the Bravo reality shows have blogs about them I haven't found one on this stupid show yet. These girls are the most screwed up, nasty, classless,. young, "supposed to professionals" women. I don't care to waste my time watching this show. These girls are about as likable as the young women on "Princesses of Long Island". These girls seem like ding bats and they aren't nice, kind, or likable. There isn't one that you "love to hate". There is so much more that I could say but I don't want to waste my time! Even the guys on the show, with the exception of Justin who Emily treats worse than her worst enemy, act like little high school girls, especially this guy named Tribble! Bravo needs to quit adding all of these extremely low budget reality shows. I know we are silly to get so into the Housewives but they are kind of like a guilty pleasure and believe it or not they require more money to produce from Bravo than these cheap, short season, low rent, generic versions of the Housewife franchise. I know the Housewife franchise has taken a turn for the worse in the last couple of years, but I feel if Bravo quit spending money on these silly new shows that pale in comparison to the originals, and focus on keeping up the quality of the shows that have been running for several years, loyal Bravo viewers wouldn't be looking for something new to watch. We are invested in the lives of the Housewives, whether we like their personalities or not, very similar to how our mothers were invested in the lives of the Erica Kanes, and Luke & Lauras of the last 40 years. Please get it together Bravo!