'Real Housewives' show coming to Westchester
With its lavish homes, country clubs and well-manicured lawns, it was only a matter of time before the Housewives of Westchester had their own reality show.
Two of the nine stars of "The Working Wives of Westchester" sat down with News 12 Westchester for an exclusive one-on-one interview.
Mary Amy, a mother of three from Rye, not only stars in the new show, but she's also its creator.
Jene Lupoli-Luciani is the author of "The Bra Book" and is also a mother.
Paul Moore, the creative director of the show, says viewers shouldn't expect any of the table-flipping drama like you see on other "Real Housewives" shows. Instead, the new show will have a more Oprah-like introspective style.
The show is expected to begin shooting this week.