The "Real Housewives of New York" is headed back to Bravo with an all-new season. The official trailer was released today and there are several things on it that fans are looking forward to seeing. From the ladies reacting to the election results to the newest housewife breaking down, the drama is not lacking this time around.

Two surprise guests

It was announced that Tinsley Mortimer would be joining the "Real Housewives of New York" this season. She is the new kid on the block and the ladies aren't taking it easy on her at all. Mortimer is currently living with Sonja Morgan, which is reportedly causing issues.

Aside from the newbie, two familiar faces will be seen this season. Jill Zarin is back and still telling it like it is. And, Heather Thomson is also seen in the trailer. She was a regular up until last season and it looks like she missed the spotlight.

The trailer also showed plenty of things to do with LuAnn de Lesseps and her wedding. She recently tied the knot and the planning was covered during filming. There is a point where Bethenny Frankel actually apologizes to Tom D'Agostino for telling LuAnn what she knew. It looked like an awkward exchange and if it was done in true Bethenny style, there may have been fireworks after it.

Plenty of yelling

The woman of the "Real Housewives of New York" are good at yelling at one another.

Dorinda Medley could be seen going off on someone, Jill Zarin was telling the ladies how annoying they were, and of course, Sonja Morgan called the ladies "jealous b***hes." Things are going to be intense this season by the looks of the trailer and while that is going to be good television, it also means plenty of banter will happen on social media.

Last season, the "Real Housewives of New York" was bringing in lower ratings than normal and there were whispers of cancellation. Also, new reports have been out about "Dancing With the Stars" snubbing this franchise because they are boring and wouldn't draw in viewers. Fans are hoping that this season will be as good as E! Online reports it will be.