The first two RHUGT seasons have some aspects that work extremely well. Producers should be sure that those elements are incorporated into season 3.
With two The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip seasons done and dusted, fans are looking forward to more, and adding certain elements from earlier seasons may boost the odds of good ratings and happy viewers. The show has managed to provide new insights into The Real Housewives franchise. It has also been interesting to watch women from different cities meet for the first time.
When RHUGT season 1 was first announced, people were intrigued, and wondering how the show would work. They were curious about what the dynamics would be like, and were concerned that a shorter season than usual would feel too forced and rushed. Two seasons later, however, it seems like The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip formula has been nearly perfected.
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The next group of cast members has been announced, and filming has already wrapped. Naturally, fans are desperate to see how things turned out between this fresh group of women after the wildness of season 2. However, there are a few things season 3 should have in order to be as entertaining and successful as its two previously installments.
Breaking The Fourth Wall
Something RHUGT has done very well in its first two seasons is give the cast members the ability to break the fourth wall. They’ve been free to speak about their stints on their respective shows, and/or being fired, or (in Dorinda’s case), being put “on pause.” They just generally do not have to hold back when discussing the franchise. This has made for intriguing viewing, and gives The Real Housewives fans a deeper glimpse into The Real Housewives world.
So far, both seasons have included some kinds of games or icebreakers. These aren’t usually all that necessary in regular The Real Housewives seasons, because the women know each other already, or are friends of friends. In the case of RHUGT, a few of the cast members have genuinely never met. They only know each other because of their franchise fame. Games and icebreakers help to build a dynamic in the group, and can also build on the previous point, which is breaking the fourth wall.
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A little bit of drama is essential for any The Real Housewives iteration. If the first few seasons have displayed anything, it’s that the perceptions the cast members have of each other from watching their shows can greatly impact how they get along. For example, in season 1, a few of the cast members knew that Ramona Singer was a lot to handle, and that may have negatively impacted how things panned out with her. Also, the most recent The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season has shown how much potential there is in bringing together women who have been on the same shows, but perhaps haven’t seen or heard from each other for a while, or women who have unresolved tensions.