If you thought Married to Medicine brought the drama, just wait until you meet the ladies of the new series Married to Medicine Houston, which kicks off Friday, November 11 at 9/8c with two back-to-back episodes.
The high stakes field of medicine can be stressful, especially in Houston, the largest medical center in the world, but that's nothing compared to what goes on outside of work for these doctors and wives of physicians as they try to find success at home, at work, and in the Houston social scene. As we'll see this season, it's not easy to have it all, but the five cast members of Married to Medicine Houston will make it look good, fun, and yes, even chaotic at times.
This season, you'll meet Rachel Suliburk, a sassy Southern belle who's married to surgeon Dr. James Suliburk. She's working toward becoming a nurse while also trying to make her mark on the Houston charity circuit, which we'll see in the premiere episode, which will also involve some drama with veteran philanthropist Cindi Rose. That's also going to be an issue for plastic surgeon Erika Sato, who brings them together. But Erika has her own problems at home, like adjusting to being a new wife and contemplating whether or not she wants to start a family.
Erika will be joined by fellow doctor Monica Patel, who's also thinking about her future, hoping to get married and have children in the near future. Ashandra "Shan" Batiste is a dental surgeon, who seems to be madly in love with her husband while raising their 3-year-old son and her 10-year-old daughter from her previous marriage. And Elly Pourasef is an audiologist, who knows how to have a good time but is also focused on having a thriving career.
Check out all of the craziness to come in the above supertease, and be sure to tune in to the premiere of Married to Medicine Houston on Friday, November 11 at 9/8c.
Until then, see what's in store for Season 4 of Married to Medicine, premiering Sunday, November 6 at 9/8c, below.