On Tuesday night, a group of women took a break from social media to celebrate the premiere of Riviera TV series on cable.
The network is an American spinoff of the world famous American reality show The Real World.
The show features contestants from a variety of different backgrounds who must make it to the top of a new reality show season.
On Wednesday, it aired its first episode.
The cast and producers are all women.
They are all in their mid-20s and they are all from different parts of the country.
The cast members were inspired by their own experiences of being a part of a world-class high school basketball team, and the team members themselves.
The team is comprised of mostly women who also have diverse backgrounds and backgrounds of playing different sports.
They all work together in the same building, with the same coach and the same players.
They play for the same school and the coaches work for the school’s basketball program.
They’re all incredibly talented athletes and their journey as a team will be told through their journey.
The girls are working together as a group, as they play in the first season of the series.
The first season is the first to premiere in March.
“We are so excited to bring the Riviera television series to viewers,” said Lisa Ziegler, CEO of The Real Women, the network’s production company.
“I am so proud of the cast and crew.
We know that our show is going to be something that everyone will love and enjoy, and we’re excited to have the Riviers around the world watch.”
“Riviera TV has been a great platform for us to share the challenges we have faced as women in the workplace,” said Andrea Visconti, CEO and founder of Real Women.
“We are all incredibly proud of our team, including our team’s talented cast and a beautiful crew of writers and producers.
For the first time, women are able to compete for the title of ‘Most Popular’ on the network and the viewers will get a glimpse into what it’s like to compete on the Rivieras.
It’s exciting to have women on the show.
I am so excited for our future with the Rivieri.”
In the first two seasons, the cast members, coaches and players have all worked together in a team and competed for the honor of being on the top team in a high school tournament.
The Rivieris were all selected for the first four seasons, but they were not invited to the tournament for the fifth season.
In February, the series was given a new name and a new look, and it will be called Riviera.
(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)