Another Freaking ATL Reality Show. Welcome “Big Rich Atlanta”

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Whoopty Damn Doo!! All we need is ANOTHER reality tv show filmed in Atlanta based around the lives of supposed rich and fabulous women. Anyone else noticing the trend here? I introduce to you “Big Rich Atlanta”. A spin-off of The Style Network’s “Big Rich Texas” Chile who the hell even watches The Style Network. Non the less, the show is scheduled to start airing January 20th.

Big Rich Atlanta is set around a bunch of women and their daughters who congregate at the Brookfiled Country Club in Roswell. I read through the cast of women and the only one that sticks out to me is Sharlinda Parker. Sharlinda is the Wife of Q-Parker, formerly of the group 112. What is interesting about Sharlinda’s involvement is the fact that she has filmed/auditioned multiple times across several seasons for Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Word on the street is each time she has filmed, Bravo producers have found her to be boring. The fact that she has now turned up on Big Rich Atlanta is kind of suspect. Mama, you want to be on TV just that bad huh? Check out more info on Sharlinda and the rest.

Sabrina McKenzie
Pastor Sabrina is rich, religious and single. A successful dancer who toured with such singers as Bobby Brown and TLC, Sabrina merged her passions for dance and spirituality to become the Dancing Preacher. Today, she’s a self-made woman juggling an international dance ministry while raising her college-aged daughter, Anandi.

Anandi McKenzie
Sabrina’s daughter Anandi is a college sophomore balancing books, boys and her latest passion, pageants. She’s a self-professed nerd who happens to treat every day like a red carpet appearance, and she isn’t afraid to rely on her mother’s omnipresent Glam Squad to make sure she always looks her best.

Marcia Marchman
Marcia is a well-known interior designer in Atlanta with a reputation for lush design with a traditional Southern feel. Always a trendsetter, Marcia is now working with her daughter, Meagan, to launch Buckhead’s first mobile fashion truck business.

Meagan McBryer
Marcia’s daughter Meagan is a licensed real estate agent whose true passion lies with fashion. Inspired by the success of pop-up boutiques in New York and Paris, Meagan is determined to open Atlanta’s first mobile boutique. She runs in a high-powered, high-glamour social circle and will have no shortage of customers if she and her business partner/mother succeed in launching their joint venture.

Katie Davidson
Katie is a fourth generation Atlantan and proud of it! She is a stay-at-home mom who loves luxury, football and southern traditions. Conservative by nature, Katie may be pushed to venture outside of her comfort zone and beyond the tranquility of the riverfront estate she shares with her husband and two children.

Diana Davidson
Katie’s 17 year-old daughter Diana is a competitive high school cheerleader. She’s athletic and outgoing, and definitely inherited her mother’s taste for the finest things in life. She cruises the Buckhead suburbs in a brand new luxury SUV and is excited about entering her first pageant.

Sharlinda Rowe-Parker
Sharlinda is a self-made woman and co-owner of Tu La 2 Nail salon, which she runs with her twin sister, Brie. Sharlinda is a take-charge woman who likes to show people who’s boss. Outspoken and occasionally over-the-top, she prides herself on being an astute business woman, a supportive sister, a fabulous mother and a glamorous wife. Sharlinda is married to recording artist Q. Parker of the R&B quartet 112.

Sabrina C. Rowe (Brie’)
Brie is Sharlinda’s twin sister and co-owner of Tu La 2 Nail salon. She often serves as a close confidant and “second mom” to Sharlinda’s daughter Kahdijiha.

Kahdijiha Rowe
Sharlinda’s daughter, Kahdijiha, is a no-nonsense go-getter and marketing executive. With her glamorous mother and celebrity father, Kahdijiha is a jet-setter in Atlanta’s social scene and ready to take on the world.

Virginia Kolb
Virginia is starting a new life in Atlanta by moving in with her gorgeous daughters, Harvin and Meyer. Independently wealthy and armed with an MBA, Virginia wants to keep an eye on her investment in her daughters’ nascent fashion and jewelry business. Recently single, Virginia is ready to meet someone new.

Harvin Eadon

Harvin, Virginia’s eldest daughter, may look like a blonde princess, but dark secrets of her past give her a surprising emotional depth. She’s channeled her emotions into a clothing and jewelry line called She Blames Me, creating fashion and accessories inspired by women the sisters hate.

Meyer Eadon
Virginia’s youngest daughter, Meyer, is in a world all her own and it’s usually a party. She does as she pleases and never holds her tongue, a trait that has created plenty of frenemies and enemies over the years who can now be sources of inspiration for the clothing and jewelry line she is launching with her sister.

Ashlee Wilson-Hawn 

A former Miss Georgia Teen, Ashlee is one of Atlanta’s most sought-after pageant coaches. A fixture on the Atlanta social scene, Ashlee is a highly-opinionated, old-money heiress who fancies herself a Boss Bitch.

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  2. I watched the 1/16/2013 Sneak Peak Premier and I’ll continue to watch it, WTH, other than reading a book what else is there to watch on TV

  3. I only watch Tia and Tamara’s show. I will give this one a try, two episode and if I dont like it, I will not return

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  5. I watchStyle Network. Jerseylicious is MY SHOW ! Chicagolicious is good too,except for the pill-popping, drinking, crazy ex-model lady who over acts for the cameras. I can tell you without even watching the show that the McKenzies are going to wish they never did this show.

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