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In the same month most of the housewives from season eleven was confirmed to return and would feature Yovana Logan in a “Friends of the housewives” role.Devoe is reportedly to return in the same capacity.In 2016, a New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook Likes found that it was "most popular in the Black Belt, but maintains fairly consistent popularity everywhere" in the US.The first season maintained an average of 1.495 million weekly viewers; Bravo announced that the series had become the first program from the network to "crack the two million viewer mark among adults 18–49." The premiere episode of the seventh season attracted over 3.8 million viewers during its initial broadcast on November 9, 2014, including 2.2 million viewers in the 18–49 demographic via Nielsen ratings.The ninth season premiered on November 6, 2016, with Whitfield returning in a full-time capacity.
Fresh off performing in her one-woman comedy show and back in the housewives universe, Ne Ne returns more determined than ever to build her empire and support her family.In its series premiere, The Real Housewives of Atlanta introduced Wu-Hartwell, Snow, Leakes, Zolciak, and Whitfield.Leakes and Whitfield were in the midst of a personal conflict, which was escalated after Leakes was excluded from Whitfield's birthday party.In a more mixed review, Alessandra Stanley from The New York Times joked that its portrayal of wealth served as "the best choice for a time capsule of the Bling Decade" when noting the economic downturn the United States experienced around the time that the series premiered, although more seriously stated that the housewives' luxuries "was never all that enviable, and now it looks as if it might not be viable." Hanh Nguyen from Zap2It shared a similar sentiment, criticizing that the "showy elite and rampant consumerism" that the women regularly display "seems rather out of touch" given the United States' economic hardship, although she elaborated that the program "[is] not by any means boring, but you do have to be in the mood to watch." The Real Housewives of Atlanta has been recognized as a "guilty pleasure" by several media outlets.
Writing for About.com, Latoya West commented that the "self-absorbed" nature of the housewives may become irritating to viewers, but noted that the series' "divalicious drama might be addictive." The staff from Entertainment Weekly joked that they "are never tardy for this party"; they felt that "[Leakes] alone could keep [The Real Housewives of Atlanta] on the map", and additionally credited Zolciak's "slow train to cuckootown, making all local stops" for helping to establish "the franchise for the ages." Writing for Today, Leslie Bruce commented that The Real Housewives franchise in general rose to prominence for its depiction of "foul-mouthed, often catfighting and always self-promoting" women, and stated that they "dominate water-cooler discussions [...] by showcasing at times the worst of female behavior." The Real Housewives of Atlanta has been criticized for appearing to fabricate portions of its storyline.And in her first time rejoining the group since season five, Kim is back on the scene and ready to shake things up.