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LIST: What to watch next after binging 'Bling Empire'

By Camille Santiago Published Feb 03, 2021 6:19 am

You've watched all the episodes of Bling Empire, now what? Luckily there are many other similar reality TV shows you could dive into afterward.

For those who haven’t yet seen the buzzy new show, the new Netflix reality series follows a group of wealthy Asian-Americans living in Los Angeles, California. Their display of wealth in television may be a shock to most of us, but it's what kept us glued to our seats.

Whether it was the jewelry war, Christine Chiu's couture, Anna Shay's penis pump or the shaman that tried to access Kelly Mi Li's "files" that drew you to Bling Empire, here are some reality shows you should add to your watchlist as we wait for the announcement of Season 2.

House of Ho (2020–)

Ever wonder what the lives of the ultra-rich is like? Meet the Ho family of HBO's House of Ho. The show is centered on the Vietnamese-Americans who went from rags to riches. Once living in a war-stricken country, the family now owns a multi-million dollar bank and a real-estate business.

Singapore Social (2019–)

Either you love it or you hate it, but Netflix's Singapore Social is something you should check out. Singapore Social follows the life of six successful Asians in Singapore, who navigate their love lives, careers, and family issues. 

#RichKids of Beverly Hills (2014-2016)

Remember when a Tumblr page named Rich Kids of Instagram became popular in the early 2010s? Well, there's a show that features privileged kids doing rich people things like those you see on that page. If you want to see what millennials like them do at clubs or in St. Tropez, watch E!'s #RichKids of Beverly Hills. 

Shahs of Sunset (2012) 

Eight seasons and counting, and the Shahs are still here, though some original members have fled the show. Bravo's Shahs of Sunset centers on an elite group of young Persian-American friends who are living a celebrity-like lifestyle in Beverly Hills, California. While the socialites are living a Westernized lifestyle, they still uphold their family's culture and traditions.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (2010–)

If you know, you know. The Real Housewives franchise is not only full of blings, designer dresses, and beautiful houses, but it's filled with drama and scandal—which everybody likes! The series documents the lives of affluent women who are living the life in Beverly Hills, California.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the sixth installment of the franchise and has already aired ten seasons. It also features some famous people including actress Denise Richards, restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, child actresses Kim and Kyle Richards, former model and mom of Gigi and Bella, Yolanda Hadid, and many more.

The Simple Life (2003-2007)

But of course, who could forget the OG rich kids: Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie? The hotel heiress and the party girl both give up their lavish lifestyles to learn how to live a simple life in this reality TV show. For over five seasons, the BFFs move from town-to-town in America to work in manual jobs and do tasks such as farming, cleaning rooms, serving meals, and interning. Loves it!