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From when the show started as Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding to its current form as simply Don’t Be Tardy, it has been a whirlwind journey for Kim Zolciak and her husband, Kroy Biermann.
If you’re a fan of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, you’re bound to love this spin-off. Now with seven seasons under their belt and counting, you can watch Kim and Kroy’s journey from glamorous newlyweds to parenting six children – not to mention three dogs too!
Maybe you’re a big fan of Kim Zolciak from her antics on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Her own show Don’t Be Tardy has proven a massive hit, racking up seven seasons and counting.
While you can’t watch the show on British television, you can catch the Zolciak-Biermann gang online. Here’s where.
hayu is sort of like Netflix but for reality television, offering a huge selection of shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Love & Hip Hop.
It has 7 seasons of Don’t Be Tardy, so you have more than 80 episodes of the Biermann drama. You get access to all of this if you pay the roughly £4.99 a month subscription fee.
Unsure if you want to tie the hayu knot? You can do a free trial, which might be enough time to binge-watch some of Don’t Be Tardy.
NOW is another place you can get your fill of Don’t Be Tardy. By buying a hayu pass for about £4.99 a month, you get all 7 seasons too.
Unsure if you want to take the plunge? You can do a week-long trial for free, which is surely enough time to binge-watch a season or two of Don’t Be Tardy.
Unfortunately no. If you’re a fan of reality TV shows like Don’t Be Tardy, a streaming site like hayu might be perfect.
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