New Reality TV Show Married to Medicine Houston featuring Cindi Rose & Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose Premieres this November 11 on Bravo TV Network
The cast of “Married to Medicine Houston” hosted a special screening/premiere party at VrSi in Midtown late Thursday. Despite a few technical difficulties – the dance club’s projector was unable to successfully stream the Bravo franchise’s entire first episode – some 200 event-goers got exactly what they bargained for: drama.
Cast mates Erika Sato, Monica Patel, Elly Pourasef and Ashandre Batiste each watched the medical reality show’s big debut from bottle service booths surrounded by family, friends and fans. But parallel to “Married to Medicine Houston’s” first episode, supporting cast member Cindi Rose stole the show.
Onscreen, Suliburk and Cindi learned that in the Bayou City’s oft-competitive charity scene, the old guard and new guard don’t always see eye-to-eye when it comes to party planning.
Sato, however, says Cindi’s scenes saved the show.
“She’s awesome,” Sato gushed. “Cindi says whatever she thinks. The rest of us were a little bit more timid.”
You’ll see the difference during upcoming filmed parties, Sato explained. According to the 37-year- old plastic surgeon, the distinction is pretty obvious.
The first two episodes air back-to-back on Bravo on Nov. 11 at 8 p.m.” By Amber Elliott – Houston Chronicle
Via BravoTV.com: “If you thought Married to Medicine brought the drama, just wait until you meet the ladies of the new series Married to Medicine Houston, which kicks off Friday, November 11 at 9/8c with two back-to-back episodes.The high stakes field of medicine can be stressful, especially in Houston, the largest medical center in the world, but that’s nothing compared to what goes on outside of work for these doctors and wives of physicians as they try to find success at home, at work, and in the Houston social scene. As we’ll see this season, it’s not easy to have it all, but the five cast members of Married to Medicine Houston will make it look good, fun, and yes, even chaotic at times.”
Veteran Houston philanthropist and renown silhouette artist Cindi Rose, mother of reality TV star Erica Rose (Erica Rose has starred in: ABC’s The Bachelor Pad; The Bachelor: Rome; TLC’s Love at First Kiss, and VH1’s You’re Cut Off!) is prominently featured in the show along with her Houston socialite and doctor friends and their wives. Cindi is wife to Dr. Franklin Rose, named “Plastic-Surgeon-to-the-Stars” by the Houston Chronicle.
Via Broadwayworld.com “They say everything is bigger and better in Texas, and medicine is no exception in Bravo Media’s new docuseries MARRIED TO MEDICINE HOUSTON premiering Friday, November 11 at 8pm CT with back-to-back episodes. The network expands the “Married to Medicine” franchise, heading to the largest medical center in the world, where competition is fierce and only the best of the best make the cut. The series will air regularly Fridays at 9pm CT beginning November 18.”