Tea Drinkers get ready for two more cities in The Real Housewives franchise. Looks like Andy Cohen and his crew are still trying to cash in on this popular phenomenon!
Word on the street is that Bravo is currently casting in two different locations for a new Housewives show!
Sources are saying that producers are looking for women around the southern Florida area - but not Miami. Although The Real Housewives of Miami delivered amazing drama in it's second season, it failed terribly in the ratings and was cancelled after 3 seasons. Producers aren't interested in reviving Miami but sources are saying that they may be open to a few women from the original cast joining the new show.
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The streets are saying that it will be similar to Potomac which was introduced after its neighbour D.C. was cancelled.
The other city rumoured to join the franchise is Santa Barbara! Streets are saying that Bravo has tried casting there numerous times but have never found the right women, but now they think they finally have it. The houses are huge and have breath taking ocean views, so Santa Barbara seems like a natural addition to Bravo's current lineup. Evolution which produces RHOC, RHOBH, Vanderpump Rules and other Bravo shows are set to produce this new city.
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If both shows are approved by Bravo they will be set to air in mid 2018 or even as late as 2019. I hope that these shows really deliver the drama like their sister shows. If these rumours are true than we will have 9 Housewives cities airing on TV. That is insane, but I'm sure Andy Cohen's bank account won't be complaining.
Are you excited for two new Real Housewives cities? Will you be watching? Sound off in the comments below!