Viewers Question the Authenticity of The Mommy Club. Reality shows are some of the major entertainment that many TV viewers find fun watching. Shows like the Real Housewives franchises, This Body Works For Me, Makoti Are You the One, are among the most popular in the country.
There is a new reality show in the block, which is taking the country by storm. The Mommy Club, which premiered on Tuesday, 27 June and sees five glamorous Jozi momfluencers navigating the challenges of parenting, and the cutthroat world of it moms. The show also features 13 nannies who help the five moms through their parenting and personal lives.
The cast includes The Real Housewives of Johannesburg’s former breakout star Mpumi Mops; entrepreneur, Tshego Manche, event planner, Nunurai; health entrepreneur, Ratile Mabitsela.
The first episode saw some of the cast members meeting for the first time at a R250 000 first birthday party. The ladies came through with the much needed drama and the glitz and glam. One thing though that viewers are not happy about is the authenticity of the show. From the accent of some cast members, the high lifestyle to the drama going on, viewers feel The Mommy Club is scripted.