Brides of Beverly Hills returns! TLC premieres season two on Friday, November 2 at 10/9c. Produced by Planetworks Inc., this 15-episode half hour sophomore season will continue to follow the world renowned bridal stylist Renée Strauss and her colorful team of stylists, including celebrity florist Kevin Lee, as they navigate the unique personalities and demands of the Beverly Hills bride. Season one average 1.2 million P2+ viewers and garnered a 1.0 HH rating for the network that is home to the most popular wedding programming on television. Vowing to deliver even more glitz, glamour and drama, the season kicks off with the premiere episode featuring the famous reality TV star Linda Hogan. Best known as ex-wife of wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, Linda searches for the perfect gown - even after her engagement to Charley Hill, someone her daughter's age was called off. She believes that if she finds the perfect dress, the perfect man will soon follow.

Brides of Beverly Hills - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-06-16

Brides of Beverly Hills - Kathrine Baumann - Netflix

Kathrine Baumann is an American actress, model, and couture handbag designer. She established Kathrine Baumann Beverly Hills (KBBH), a haute-couture accessorie and handbag collection. Several of her creations have been purchased by celebrities and have been carried to red-carpet events. Baumann creates accessories in the American pop art style. She includes cartoon characters and well-known product logos in her fashion designs. She designed a Titanic-shaped minaudiere, which was carried to events surrounding the release of the 1997 feature film. Baumann created several seasons of her Americana Collection and characters such as Betty Boop, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Miss Piggy, Barbie and Ms. Green M&M were made into crystal-encrusted minaudieres.

Brides of Beverly Hills - Career - Netflix

Kathy Lynn Baumann became Miss Ohio 1969. At the 1970 “Miss America Pageant” (held in September, 1969) Baumann became first runner-up to Miss America winning both talent and swimsuit awards. Her talent presentation consisted of a space travel gymnastic routine to “Those Were the Days.” (The moon landing was still fresh in everyone's minds, having occurred only a few months prior to the pageant.) She later traveled to Vietnam as part of USO with Bob Hope to entertain the troops. Baumann became an actress, and guest-starred on a variety of television shows, including MAS*H, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Knight Rider, Simon and Simon, The Fall Guy, Fantasy Island, Trapper John M.D., CHiPs, The Dukes of Hazzard, Vegas and several movies of the week. Her film credentials include a co-starring role with Richard Harris and Chuck Connors in 99 and 44/100% Dead (1974), and roles in Chrome and Hot Leather (1971), The Thing with Two Heads (1972) and Sunburst (1975). Baumann appeared on TV Guide Channel and E! Entertainment's live 2003 Countdown from the Red Carpet Academy Awards pre-show. Other notable television appearances include a segment on NBC's EXTRA, ABC's Inside Edition, and appearances on Fox's Good Day Los Angeles, KTLA Channel 5's Morning News, CNN's Larry King Live and Business Unusual. Baumann also made regular television appearances at local stations as a featured guest when she was traveling for trunk shows to display her collection.

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