The Real Housewives franchise is coming to the mountains.
The first trailer for "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" was released on Wednesday, giving a first look at the hit reality TV franchise's new city.
The last time a new city appeared on the Housewives map was four years ago with the premiere of "The Real Housewives of Dallas," according to E! News.
RHOSLC will star Lisa Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose and Jen Shah as they navigate "a society fueled by religion, beauty, wealth and perfection," according to PEOPLE.
The women are affiliated with different religions, not just The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City is home to the headquarters of the Church and Utah was established by Latter-day Saints in 1847.
"I am a pure-bred, pioneer Mormon," Gay states in the trailer.
Marks is Jewish, Cosby is Pentecostal and Barlow is "Jewish by heritage and Mormon by choice."
"It is a very big deal that I'm no longer Mormon," Rose said in the video before Shah adds, "I was raised Mormon, but I'm converting to Islam."
In true "Real Housewives" fashion, the show promises wealth, high fashion, frenemies and lots of drama, E! News reports.
"There's a lot of misrepresentation of who is friends with who in this circle," Marks said. "She hates my guts," Cosby added.
"I don't judge you, but I don't care enough to judge you," Barlow said.
TV host Andy Cohen tweeted on Wednesday, Sept 2 that the show is "a real curveball to the Housewives franchise"
"Ok I’m gonna say it: #RHOSLC IS BLOWAWAY! It’s a real curveball to the Housewives franchise... #comingsoon"