TORONTO - Get ready for big drama in the Big Smoke: the "Real Housewives" reality franchise is headed to Toronto.
Corus Entertainment says "Real Housewives of Toronto" will be part of its 2016/17 programming lineup.
The show will follow "the city's wealthiest women, from their extravagant day-to-day escapades in Toronto to grandiose getaways at their exclusive colossal cottages" in Muskoka, Ont., says a statement.
The CN tower in Toronto skyline is photographed from Lake Ontario. (Photo: Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Other new unscripted series in the lineup include the first-ever version of "The Bachelorette Canada," set to debut this fall on W Network.
Global will have the new scripted series "Bull," starring Michael Weatherly of "NCIS" fame, as well as a fourth instalment in the Chicago franchise, "Chicago Justice."
Global will also air four new comedies with big stars: Kevin James in "Kevin Can Wait," Matt LeBlanc in "Man With a Plan," Ted Danson and Kristen Bell in "The Good Place," and Joel McHale in "The Great Indoors."
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