The Real Housewives of Atlanta is the highest rated reality show on Bravo.
Its ratings actually put all other related franchise -- from Orange County to New Jersey to New York - to shame.
Therefore, despite Season 11 only just ending a couple weeks ago at the time of this writing, there's no doubt that Season 12 is on the way.
But while it's too early to know what sort of storylines the writers will come up with for episodes next year, it's actually not too early to know how much various cast members will be paid for following these dramatic arcs.
Indeed, Radar Online has obtained the salary information for all returning Housewives.
Scroll down to see who is taking a huge pay cut and which of these women is about to make some serious bank...
Who's Staying and Who's Going?
This information will also be revealed as you read on...
Shamari DeVoe made $250,000 for Season 11. She will not return as a full-time cast member on Season 12, but will make the occasional cameo.
Tanya Sam will receive a raise from her inaugural season, earning $150,000 for Season 12 after making just $100,000 her first season.
Marlo Hampton earned a whopping $275,000 on Season 11 and will reportedly receive a bump to $300,000 for Season 12.
Not shabby here, either: Eva Marcille spent a ton on her lavish wedding, but she'll be going from $250,000 per season to $275,000 per season and this should help offset those costs.
Wait... Kenya Moore?!? Yup, she got the boot after Season 10 for running off and getting married without telling Bravo and having it filmed for the show. But she'll be back on Season 12, Radar claims.