Anisha Ramakrishna Reveals Her Personal Stuggles In New Season Of 'Family Karma' | Celebrity Page

With Family Karma back for a sophomore season, Anisha is giving fans a sneak peek at the complicated dynamics between her family.


'Family Karma' On Bravo 📺

We're heading back to Miami!

The Indian-American families of Family Karma are facing unique and individualized challenges in season two.

"Season one was lonely, because I'm the only single cast member. I think you're going to see new friendships and you're going to see storylines from season one really develop. You got to know who we are as people in season one, but in season two, we dig deeper and there's a lot of progression," Anisha Ramakrishna said.

You can catch the season two premiere of Family Karma June 2nd on Bravo.

'The Bachelorette' On ABC 🌹

The Bachelorette is also back!

ABC's hit relationship show is returning with new leading lady, Katie Thurston, along with 30 new suitors.

Not only are the contestants new... so are the hosts!

With Chris Harrison stepping down after his controversial comments last season, ABC replaced the host with Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams.

"As a whole, it's great to have representation of everybody. I think in all of those areas, it's great to expand on it. I love both of them, they're hilarious," Lauren Burnham Luyendyk said.

Before Luyendyk gave birth to her twins, the star kept busy as she connected with fellow pandemic moms.

The reality star partnered with Schick Intuition razors to send three new moms a "Mommy Shower" in a box — self-care products like bath salts, candles and delicious treats. While many mothers couldn't experience baby showers this past year, these special packages reminded first-time moms to celebrate the moment.

"Being pregnant during COVID is very stressful. I don't get to see my family and that's something I could relate to the moms that I got to chat with during my Schick Intuition campaign. They've always been a brand that cares about women. We wanted to send them a little love!"

Catch all the drama, starting Monday, June 7th, on ABC.

'AGT' On NBC 🌟

If that weren't enough, America's Got Talent is also making its return, with Simon Cowell back in healthy condition.

The judge broke his back last year from a bike accident, but he's now recovered and ready to rejoin Heidi, Howie and Sofia at the judge's table.

AGT starts June 1st on NBC.

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