Wall Street Wives?

- Devon Fleming -

Even though I love the Real Housewives, I normally would not be all for yet another rip-off housewife show like Mob Wives or Basketball Wives or whatever wives. However, I am rooting for Wall street Wives to get picked up by a network because it will feature women in Fairfield County, CT – my peeps (sort of…). Devon Fleming, a New Canaan hot mom, local celeb, author and a bunch of other things has been pitching her idea for this reality show for a while and now it looks like its chances of getting picked up are pretty good.

Her idea is to show how the families of Wall Street business men have been coping during the recession. Fleming would, of course, be one of the show’s stars. Look at her, she’s perfect housewife material.

“Fleming is fully aware that some viewers will likely roll their eyes at the thought of affluent families in the greater New York area being affected by the crash, but insists it is not all going to be about the money. Instead she hopes to focus on the emotional issues, which she expects more people would be able to relate with.” – New Canaan News

Even if it did end up being another show about petty drama amongst women who wear stilettos while watching TV, I’d still watch it – it’s about time they unleashed the Fairfield County housewives.

I set Devon up with a blog, read it! The Household CEO

Find out more:

Wall Street Wives: New Canaan resident pitching reality showNew Canaan News

Searching for the Wives of Wall StreetNew York Times


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