Kyle Richards’ TV Show ‘American Woman’ Premiere Date

Kyle Richards has been hard at work filming her new series, American Woman. Now the show, which is inspired by her own life growing up in the ’70s, is quickly coming to your TV screen!

American Woman is slated to premiere in the first quarter of 2018, Paramount Network, formerly known as Spike TV, announced Thursday. The new 1970s-set half-hour series will follow single mom Bonnie (Alicia Silverstone) and the challenges she faces in raising her two daughters after leaving her husband. She’ll have the help of her two best friends, Kathleen (Mena Suvari) and Diana (Jennifer Bartels), as they all try to find their place in the world during this fabulously revolutionary decade.

In addition to inspiring the series, Kyle serves as co-executive producer. American Horror Story favorite Cheyenne Jackson will also star in the show as Greg, a studio casting executive who is friends with Bonnie and romantically involved with Kathleen.

I’m so happy that @mrcheyennejackson is part of the cast of #AmericanWoman 🎥

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Congrats, Kyle!

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7 Replies to “Kyle Richards’ TV Show ‘American Woman’ Premiere Date”

  1. I’m looking forward to the show for a couple of reasons, as cat62 stated “I love seeing shows from the 70’s” especially since those were my teenage years, and it would be nice to get an insight into Kyle and Kim’s childhood.

    1. One of the things Kyle has been trying to stress during her press for the show is that it’s not autobiographical, it’s only “inspired by” her childhood. She created the concept, sold it, and is one of the producers, but she’s not writing it – and the writing team will be taking a lot of artistic license to create stories that work in the parameters of a sitcom that are make-believe and at time outrageous (to fit the time period). So don’t expect anything confidential. She’s made it clear there are boundaries she’s not crossing, and that this is loosely based on general experiences of growing up during that time period.

      1. Ohhh that I didn’t know! Thank you. It figures this isn’t autobiographical. Kyle and Kim are so private. It would have been nice to have an insight to their childhood. Either way, it’s still going to be interesting and I’m looking forward to it.

        1. Simply read “House of Hilton” by Jerry Opeinheimer, its a great read and follows all their lives from suburbs of Long island all the way to the mansions of Beverly Hills , its a sinfully great read!

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