Here's when new episodes of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 8 air on Bravo

Our Cherry Blossoms will be back after a brief break!
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC -- Season:8 -- Pictured: (l-r) Wendy Osefo, Mia Thornton, Candiace Dillard, Karen Huger, Gizelle Bryant, Ashley Boalch Darby, Nneka Ihim -- (Photo by: Jai Lennard/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC -- Season:8 -- Pictured: (l-r) Wendy Osefo, Mia Thornton, Candiace Dillard, Karen Huger, Gizelle Bryant, Ashley Boalch Darby, Nneka Ihim -- (Photo by: Jai Lennard/Bravo) /

It's safe to say that this season of The Real Housewives of Potomac is one that definitely starts off more chaotic than previous seasons. However, we're hoping it's all going to come together in the end to become one of the greatest seasons thus far.

Of course, like fans, we have to wait to see what else is in store for season 8. But when exactly will the remaining episodes of this season return? We tell you everything to know below!

Season 8 is on a mini hiatus...for now!

Sorry! You'll have to be without Real Housewives of Potomac for a couple of weeks, as this show isn't returning until Sunday, Feb. 18, at 8:00 p.m. ET on Bravo!

Why the break? Well, it's to allow fans to digest everything they've seen thus far and anticipate what's to come! Plus, with Valentine's Day coming up, it's possible Bravo wants to give you a chance to spend time with that special person without wondering when exactly Ashley Darby will finalize her divorce.

As you wait for the show to return, be sure to catch up on past episodes on Peacock!

What's in store for the second half of season 8?

So far, we've seen how the ladies are attempting to pick up the pieces of their many broken relationships. Some relationships are finally turning a good corner, while others are making it evidently clear that there is no more love shared.

Case in point, Candiace Dillard and Robyn Dixon.

Candiace and Robyn started off very rock after the two just couldn't see eye-to-eye on whether they were being their authentic selves on the show and on social media. Fortunately, the two had a sit-down and were able to figure things out. And though things aren't as they used to be, we can, at the very least, say the two are heading in the right direction.

On the flip side, Wendy Osefo and Gizelle Bryant's beef will probably never be solved, as the two were never friends in the first place. The same can also be said of Wendy and newcomer Nneka Ihim.

Regardless of who is beefing with whom, we have plenty of episodes left to see whether these relationships will find some common ground. Hopefully, things will go in a positive direction, as fans are starting to grow tired of watching a group of women constantly never get along and have bad chemistry every time they meet up.

Season 8 may make or break The Real Housewives of Potomac

Every installment of The Real Housewives undergoes a season where fans don't like what's being portrayed. As much as we thought Potomac would be the installment, sadly, it seems that this installment couldn't avoid this dreadful fate.

Fans everywhere are calling for a revamp of Potomac as they view season 8. Some attribute their dissatisfaction to the cast of season 8, while others think that the stories of these members are just not reality TV material. Either way, fans are not happy.

"Too many cast members with no substance. they need to drop 2-4 members and refocus," one Reddit fan wrote. Another agreed with this sentiment, saying, "It feels so bloated yet so empty this season. Like there seems to be a lot crammed in, yet there’s no storylines? Everything feels like it’s meandering."

Despite the mixed reviews, dedicated fans are still tuning in, praying that the rest of season 8 is something worth watching. We'll have to wait and see if their prayers will be answered.

Check out what's still to come in the midseason trailer of season 8 below.

Be sure to catch the next episode of The Real Housewives of Potomac on Sunday, Feb. 18, on Bravo!

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