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The remaining housewives joined in later seasons; Burruss in the second, Bailey and Parks in the third, Moore and Williams in the fifth (the latter of whom was a friend of the housewives in the seventh), and Fields in the eight. The Real Housewives of Atlanta has received moderately favorable reviews from critics and has been recognized as a "guilty pleasure" by several media outlets.
Its success has resulted in the conceptions of the spin-offs The Kandi Factory (featuring Burruss), Don't Be Tardy (featuring Zolciak), I Dream of Ne Ne: The Wedding (featuring Leakes), Kandi's Wedding and Kandi's Ski Trip (again, featuring Burruss).The Real Housewives of Atlanta (abbreviated RHOA) is an American reality television series that premiered on October 7, 2008, on Bravo.Developed as the third installment of The Real Housewives franchise, following The Real Housewives of Orange County and New York City, it has aired eight seasons and focuses on the personal and professional lives of several women residing in Atlanta, Georgia.The series originally focused on Lisa Wu-Hartwell, De Shawn Snow, Ne Ne Leakes, Kim Zolciak, and Shereé Whitfield; the eighth season lineup consists of Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Phaedra Parks, Kenya Moore, Porsha Williams, and Kim Fields.Of the original housewives, Snow, Wu-Hartwell, and Whitfield respectively left after the first, second, and fourth seasons; Zolciak stopped filming during production of the fifth season; and Leakes left after the seventh.In September 2015, Bravo announced that Porsha Williams had assigned to be a full-time housewife once again, along with newcomer actress Kim Fields.
The network also announced that former housewife Shereé Whitfield, together with new cast member Shamea Morton, would join the series in a supporting capacity, with former cast members, Leakes, Hampton, Jordan and Mc Kinney making guest appearances.
In its series premiere, The Real Housewives of Atlanta introduced Wu-Hartwell, Snow, Leakes, Zolciak, and Whitfield.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta was announced as the third installment in The Real Housewives franchise, intending to capitalize on the successes of its predecessors The Real Housewives of Orange County and New York City.
Its television network Bravo stated that the series' planned storyline focused on "[balancing] motherhood, demanding careers and a fast-paced social calendar".
Throughout its run, The Real Housewives of Atlanta has been led by five (seasons 1–2), six (seasons 3–8 with the exception of some of season 5), and seven (some of season 5) housewives, who are credited by their first names, and is distinguished within The Real Housewives franchise in that it was, until the introduction of The Real Housewives of Potomac in 2016, departing from the show.
After Leakes' departure, the series became the first Real Housewives franchise to not retain any original cast members as full-time participants.