“The Real Housewives of Orange County” ladies may have faced challenges amid filming on season 15 due to the ongoing COVID-19 but that doesn’t mean that viewers aren’t headed for a fun and dramatic season.
According to the report, Shannon will be seen alongside new boyfriend John Janssen as she moves herself and her three kids into a new home in Newport Beach.
During the season, Shannon will be seen making amends with her longtime nemesis, Kelly Dodd while getting herself into “hot water” with the rest of the cast.
After contracting the coronavirus, Shannon documented her own scenes from the show while in quarantine with her kids.
As she and fiance Rick Leventhal move into their new home in Orange County after previously splitting their time between New York City and California, Kelly is trying on gowns and preparing to say “I do” to the Fox News reporter.
Meanwhile, as he’s transferred to the Los Angeles bureau of the news program, Kelly faces a political divide with her cast mates as she makes a series of “tone deaf” jokes and seemingly neglects the rules of social distancing.
After a messy split from ex Matt Kirschenheiter in 2019, Gina is said to be happier than ever with her new boyfriend, Travis Mullen. Gina has even moved in with Travis, and his three children, as she and Matt attempt to get on better terms with one another as they co-parent their own three children.
Following her move into a townhouse in Orange County, Gina faces criticism from Braunwyn Windham-Burke and other women of the show, who feel that the residence is “too small.”
After undergoing surgery and getting a new hip, Emily Simpson experiences a rebirth amongst her marriage to husband Shane.
As fans of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” will recall, Emily and Shane experienced a number of ups and downs during recent seasons of the show and last year, during season 14, Emily admitted to considering a divorce.
During quarantine, Emily and Shane are forced to lean on each other for support and when times get tough, the strength of their marriage is tested.
After renewing her vows with husband Sean Burke, Braunywn gets back to business with her seven children as she moves her family into a new 8,000-square-foot home in Newport Beach.
After settling into her new place without the help of nannies or housekeepers, Braunwyn offers support to son Jacob, whose desire to dress in drag will be addressed on the show.