Bravo’s new reality TV show, Texicanas, shines a light on a group of materialistic people living in what Bravo describes as the conservative Mexican-American community of San Antonio, Texas. Yet they’re really anything but conservative. Texicanas follows seven wealthy women who “try to balance their social lives and the demands of raising a family.” What sets this show apart from, say Real Housewives, is that it’s told from the perspective of one woman, Penelope “Penny” Ayarzagoitia.
According to Bravo, Penny often finds herself at the center of “chisme” – the Spanish word for gossip. Maybe it’s the stripper pole in the middle of her living room? Penny and her husband Raul own a successful real estate company. In March, she took a selfie while holding her Amex Black Card purse with the caption: “Finally got my Black Card!” Texicanas airs Tuesdays at 10 pm on Bravo.
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