Sunday Nights are a Family Matter on Bravo with the Return of "Don't Be Tardy"

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11 August 2015
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Don't be Tardy
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"Don't Be Tardy"
Premieres Sunday, August 16 at 10 PM ET/PT on Bravo

          Kim’s life continues to speed up as she juggles six kids, three new dogs and a possible move from Atlanta for Kroy’s football career. This season is all about growing up as Kim and Kroy's eldest daughter Brielle graduates from high school and begins to plan life outside of the nest, while Ariana continues amaze her parents with her work ethic, but also terrify them with her boy-crazy behavior. Always the matchmaker, Kim continues to help her friends with their love lives, from the family Chef, Tracey, to her confidant and stylist, Shun, she is determined to find their soulmates.

          As Brielle’s relationship with her boyfriend, Slade, gets more serious, Kim and Kroy want to get to know the potential “in-laws” better and bring the two families together for some fun in the sun. With family trips to Destin, Florida, Los Angeles and Kim’s hometown of Windsor Locks, Connecticut, this Biermann bonanza is chalk-full of hilarity and hijinks, so hold on to your wigs for a wild ride.

          Since Kim Zolciak’s million dollar wedding to the Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann, a lot has changed in the newlyweds’ life. This season, their family grows even bigger with the addition of a fourth child, Kash Kade, they’re working on remodeling their new home, and Kroy and his team are enjoying an extremely successful football season with the hopes of making it to the Super Bowl.

          But as everyone knows, the path to success isn’t without some bumps in the road. The Biermanns are living in tight quarters in Kim’s old townhouse, impatient for the seemingly endless construction to finish; Kim’s daughters, who’ve had their mother all to themselves for most of their lives, now have to share her with their young siblings. To make matters worse, Kim’s parents, who haven’t spoken to their daughter since Kim kicked them out of her wedding, are dragging her to court for visitation with their granddaughters. Kim refuses to let any of this bring down her spirits because as she says, “Just ask, believe and receive.
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