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Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Bravo has the hottest seat in the house for Kim Zolciak's extravagant wedding in a new docu-series titled Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding. It's been just a year since the Bravo cameras captured Kim’s fortuitous meeting with Kroy Biermann, Defensive End for the Atlanta Falcons. In the current season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, fans share in the couple's most intimate moments as they move into a posh new home together and give birth to a son, KJ. The only step left in their happy-ever-after is the wedding of Kim's dreams. Each thirty minute episode will follow the adventures of Kim preparing for her wedding on the lucky date of 11/11/11. With less than two months to plan, she enlists celebrity event planner Colin Cowie to help design a dream wedding in her brand new multi-million dollar home. The pressure is on as Kim rushes to find a dress, lose remaining baby weight, and cosmetically enhance trouble spots. With the date quickly approaching, problems mount– her invitation is leaked to the press and her mother refuses to attend the wedding. Still, Kim is determined to marry Kroy and won't let anything ruin her perfect day.

Customer Reviews

Love Kim

I watched the 2 premiere episodes last night and I loved them both. Kim and her family and friends are so entertaining without tons of drama. It looks like its going to be a really great show, and it looks like Nene should be jealous because this is a great spinoff.


To be honest, I was kinda looking forward to watching this, but you know, it really depend on what kind of tv you watch. If you aren't into reality tv, i think you'd be better off. But if you like reality tv then go for it.

Something is wrong with the human race

Honestly, I cannot figure out why anyone would want to watch this show. Bravo needs to seriously consider going back to its roots in programming. The fact that anyone would even want to watch this show, let alone pay for it and take up precious disk space is a serious statement on the depravity of the American public.