Real Housewives of Dubai Roasted As a Massive Flop, Housewives Fans NOT Impressed

The latest Real Housewives series, the Real Housewives of Dubai, premiered this season and fans are largely not happy with it. In fact, many of them feel like it was a huge flop. At first we were all very intrigued to see these women on the show and get a different spot on the show.

Dubai is known for glitz and glamor and riches and Bravo thought this would be enough to get their attention but fans have expressed they are not happy with the show or the women in it.

Real Housewives of Dubai: Why fans thought it was a flop

When we were introduced to the show’s housewives, we saw Chanel Ayan, Caroline Brooks, Nina Ali, Lesa Milan, Sara Al Madani and Caroline Stanbury. They were all dressed up and we could clearly see how rich they all are. They wasted no time in looking glamorous and flaunting their wealth on the show.

Real Housewives of Dubai: Fans thought it was a flop, here’s why

The show started off strong, but from the looks of it, each episode got boring. By the time the middle episodes aired, fans felt that the wives were just trying to create storylines to keep viewers interested. The ratings went from very high to very low in no time and many fans are excited to see the Real Housewives of Dubai again.

Fans of these shows love to watch for the drama, but the drama on this show seemed forced. These women didn’t seem to want to get to know each other or even form friendships. They all seemed rude to each other and none of them seemed invested in the show. This became apparent to viewers later in the season and as a result many of them started dropping like flies.

Fans pointed out that there was one housewife who really made them turn off the show, and that was Caroline Stansbury. She treated her husband Sergio Carrallo horribly and even once mentioned that she never wanted to get married.

Fans thought Nina was useless on the show because she never had a good storyline and didn’t really fit in with the other women. Fans also felt that the network should have cast women who were born and raised in Dubai and not women who are expats.

When there’s a second season of the show, we’re hoping these women will get the memo about their attitudes and hopefully change it.

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