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Miami's independent source of local news and culture. Uh oh, Adriana de Moura. Watch your back, Elsa Patton. There's a new posse of rich women behaving badly in Florida. And these ones have the advantage of actually being trained for television. But we can't help but feel like it's especially pointed at our own embarrassing South Florida crew. Yes, even you, Joanna Krupa.
According to Hulu, the series "takes you inside the uber-exclusive and glamorous world of six hot housewives livin' large in Central Florida's sexiest city, Orlando. The show follows a cast of ladies as they fight over pretty much everything except for their love of shoes, plastic surgery, and the pursuit of spending all their husbands' money.
Of course, this is far from the first parody of the Real Housewives of Anyplace. Just about every city has its own YouTube video mocking its local women, from South Boston to Seattle. And Hulu has yet to strike it big with an original series in the way that Netflix has accomplished with Orange is the New Black and House of Cards.
But that doesn't mean these Hotwives can't be a hit. And the cast of Hotwives has some serious comedic chops. And speaking of hilarious weirdos, a press announcement indicates that Hotwives will also feature appearances by "Weird Al" Yankovic and Joey McIntyre.
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