Of All The Real Housewives Series, This One Stands Above The Rest

Bravo is known for being the home network of reality shows like "Below Deck," "Million Dollar Listing," and, of course, the "Real Housewives" franchises. It's hard to believe that the "Housewives" already spans across nine, yes nine, cities, and it's safe to say there will be plenty more. According to IMDb, "The Real Housewives of Orange County" are the OG's on the block, and they've been on the network since 2006 with Vicki Gunvalson pretty much reigning as the housewife supreme.

In terms of rankings on IMDb, the two lowest-rated franchises are "The Real Housewives of D.C.," with a 2.4 rating, which only lasted for one season in 2010. The ladies of D.C. are followed by "The Real Housewives of Miami," which scored slightly higher with a 3.0. The series starred some big names like Joanna Krupa and Larsa Pippen, but it only aired for three seasons. The next two on the list are "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," which scored a 4.0, while the ladies of Orange County had a slight edge with 4.1. "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" scored a 4.3, and New York nabbed a 4.5, because who doesn't love a little Ramona and Sonja banter? "The Real Housewives of Potomac" is one of the newer series, which came in 2016, and even though D.C. flopped, people seem to love the women of the Potomac because they got a 4.7 on IMDb. 

Keep scrolling to see how the rest of the results shook out. 

"RHOSLC" gets the edge

Now it's time to complete the rankings. In at No. 3 on IMDb is another one of the newer kids on the block with "The Real Housewives of Dallas," which has a 4.8 ranking. "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" earns the No. 2 spot with a 5.0! With Kyle Richards and co., it comes as no shock that the girls scored so high with viewers ... and we must admit that they're one of our favorite franchises, too!

Now that we've recapped all of the "Housewives" who didn't quite make the cut, we can announce that "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" is currently the highest-ranked franchise on Bravo with a 5.1. As of this writing, the show has only seen a Season 1, but it brought a whole lot of drama in its freshman year. We loved getting to see the luxurious lifestyles of the ladies in Utah. As for drama? There was plenty. Whether Meredith Marks was disengaging from someone, or Mary Cosby and Jen Shah were feuding over the fact that Mary married her step-grandfather, there was pretty much chaos packed into every single minute. 

It came as no shock that Bravo renewed the series for Season 2 and we're hoping that it brings the same amount of insanity as Seaosn 1 did. Oprah Daily reported that all of the women from Season 2 would return so it will be very interesting to see how Jen Shah's legal drama pans out.