What's Worth Watching: They're Not Real But They Are Fabulous on Hotwives of Orlando

Damian Holbrook
The Hotwives of Orlando

The Hotwives of Orlando

The Hotwives of Orlando (Hulu)

If you're having a tough time finding a reason to stay indoors now that the weather has warmed up, fret not, TV addicts. Hulu's original Hotwives is here to keep you safely out of the sun's harmful rays and bingeing 'til you're cross-eyed. Skewering the seemingly unstoppable (and definitely addictive) Real Housewives franchise, this spot-on spoof that launched last summer stars Marry Me's Casey Wilson and Tyberlee Hill, series co-creator Danielle Schneider, Episodes' Andrea Savage, The Office's Angela Kinsey, and Last Man on Earth's Kristen Schall as South Florida versions of pseudo-socialites Andy Cohen can't live without. Vapid trophy wife? Hell yeah. Trainwreck child star? Check. Oversexed businesswoman? Yep. Sassy truth speaker? Please, Phe Peh's just gotta be Phe Phe! This is Orlando, people, so don't expect subtle. You either go home or you go back to Kissimmee. But most likely, once you start, you're just gonna keep going on to the next episode, which would be wise, since you'll want to be all caught up in time for season 2's Las Vegas edition later this year.