TV Watch List: Monday, November 4

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - Season 4

Metro’s Monday night TV breakdown.

‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’
REALITY. The Bev Hills ladies return for a fourth season that, if the promos are any indication, should be filled with the most drama and cat-fighting (between ladies in couture that cost more than six months of rent for some of our apartments) yet. This season, two new wives join the cast. Spoiler alert: one of them is a witch, maybe. Want more spoilers? Check out our interviews with Kyle Richards and Carlton Gebbia.
Season Premiere, 8 p.m., BRAVO

‘The Real Housewives of Miami’
REALITY. As we say hello again to the B.H. wives, we say adios to the far spicier Miami cast. In the third season finale, the question of whether Roman — who, frankly, seems like a major creep — will actually make an honest woman of Joanna is answered. OH GOD, THE SUSPENSE.
Season Finale, 10 p.m., BRAVO

‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
LATE NIGHT. Tonight’s guests include Artie Lange (of “The Howard Stern Show”) and the musical act is Jane’s Addiction. What year is it on Kimmel right now, 1990?
11:35 p.m., ABC



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