More family drama on the House of Ho on HBO Max.
Word leaks out at the family dinner table that Nate and Judy are considering a move to London.
The couple is a bit surprised when Leslie lets the secret out of the bag.
Dad Binh and mom Hue react to the news, but surprisingly the siblings and in-laws seem more upset at the prospect of Judy leaving than the parents.
Check out this exclusive clip from episode 6.
Episodes 1 -3 dropped on August 25.
The next three episodes debut today with the release of the last four shows of the season expected on September 8.
Season two introduces new cast members including single roommates Bella Ho and Kim Ho (Washington and Judy’s cousins), and independent-minded Vanessa Kon and Tammy Gee (Nate’s sisters), and their respective partners Carlton Kon and Tran Nguyễn, who each have unique perspectives on what it means to be part of the Ho family and its legacy.
The first season introduced us to patriarch Binh and matriarch Hue, Vietnamese immigrants who achieved the ultimate American Dream and built a multi-million dollar real estate and banking empire. Filled with laughter, love, and luxury, their son Washington and his wife Lesley, their daughter Judy and her fiancé Nate Nguyễn, and Aunt Tina and Cousin Sammy live under the constant pressure to live up to their family’s expectations.
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