'Real Housewives of D.C.' canceled -- for real this time

We know you've probably heard this before, but it's official now: There won't be a second season of "The Real Housewives of D.C."Half Yard Productions, which produced the show for Bravo, has informed the cast -- including infamous White House party crasher Michaele Salahi -- that the show has been canceled. Bravo's original programming chief Andy Cohen also confirmed the cancellation."We had an amazing season and we told stories that were unique to any other in the franchise," Cohen tells the Washington Post. "I wish all our DC Wives the best and hope to work with them again in another capacity."Rumors about the fate of "RHODC" have been swirling pretty much since the show's season ended in October and Bravo, deviating from its usual pattern, took a wait-and-see approach to ordering a second season. It averaged a respectable 1.4 million viewers in its first season, but when "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which premiered...

Cancellation Buzz: Lights Out, The Cape, Two and a Half Men & More! - 3/30/11

Finally! It's a new edition of SideReel's Cancellation Buzz, and this time it's a doozy! Lights Out and The Cape can officially be added to the list of shows that have been given the ax, plus The Real Housewives of DC, Two and a Half Men, and teeter on the brink of cancellation. Yikes! Get a full rundown from Alex and Rachel -- including what's out, what's on its way out, and in happier news, what's been green-lit for another season! Check it out in the video below! Cancellation Buzz: 3/30/11

'Real Housewives of D.C.' Not Canceled Yet

" The Real Housewives of D.C. " is not over just yet. Despite claim that the show did not do well, Bravo has not canceled it as reported by Radar Online. A representative for the network says to Access Hollywood that "no decision has been made yet" regarding the future of the reality series.   The denial is released by the rep following Radar's report that Bravo will not renew "Real Housewives of D.C." after one low-rated season. "The show just didn't do well and it wasn't worth airing another season," a source close to the situation tells   the site .    Read More....

Real Housewives: NYC's Sonja Hits Financial Woe Blvd.; D.C.'s Stacie New Film

The latest  Real Housewives  news involves another Housewife in a financial slump, while another uses her status as a Housewife for a positive cause. New York It pains me to report that Sonja Morgan, last year's newest addition to  The Real Housewives of New York  (and fan favorite), is having a financial crisis of her own having to file for bankruptcy, according to The Wall Street Journal. “The decision to seek bankruptcy relief was not an easy one, but unfortunately, I am at a crossroads in my life,” Sonja declared in court papers filed Wednesday. She listed on her petition for bankruptcy $19.8 million in debt and $13.5 million in assets, citing a failed venture in filmmaking as the cause of her financial woes. The film, which was called "Fast Flash To Bang Time", was to have starred John Travolta, but the film suffered due to conflicting demands between Sonja's camp and Travolta's. In the end, Hannibal Pictures, the company who was involved in the business venture with Sonja, filed and won a lawsuit against Sonja for $7 million dollars. Ouch. To Read More  Click Here.

Michaele to Cat on D.C. 'Housewives' Reunion: At Least I'm Married (VIDEO)

Part 1 of 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Reunion (Thu., 9PM ET on BRAVO) was definitely more composed than the 'Jersey' edition, when Teresa Guidice forcefully shoved host Andy Cohen during an altercation with Danielle Staub. Still, there were revelations to be made and tears to be shed. Michaele Salahi told Cat Ommanney that she "made a lot of people cry," but the only person she could come up with was herself. She started tearing up again, saying, "I can't believe somebody could have that much hate within them." Cat said she didn't hate Michaele, but she didn't believe the tears either. "She fakes everything," she told Cohen. To Read More Click Here .

Real Housewives: D.C. Finale to Air On Oct. 7th!

Just in time for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to shine this fall on Thursdays, the D.C. branch of Bravo’s addictive franchise is about to close shop on their inaugural season with what everyone has been dying to see: the events leading to and after the White House Gatecrashing incident, which involved this year’s incarnation of Heidi and Spencer, Michaele and Tareq Salahi. The first part of the incident will air this Thursday with the conclusion wrapping up the following week on Oct. 7th. Following the season finale, the Salahis will appear on Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen to discuss what really went down. I am so looking forward to seeing how Andy asks the Salahis questions through gritted teeth, especially after the recent drama between Bravo and the Salahis that resulted in rumors of Michaele being cut from the cast next season. I wouldn’t hold my breath on that happening though… To Read More Click Here .

5 Most Awkward Moments on 'The Real Housewives of DC'

"Only five?!" you say? True, the whole show is one big awkward moment, but I had to choose the best five from this week's episode, and I'm not even including the moment when I realized less than 100 people probably watch this show ever. 5. Erika's son asks "who's the oldest mommy?" and the Housewives make them guess. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The 'Real Housewives of DC' Reading List

Real Housewives releasing terrible dance hits is soooo last season. Now it's all about books, because books are classy. Teresa Giudice has a cookbook on the NY Times Bestseller list called Skinny Italian: Eat It and Enjoy It Live La Bella Vita and Look Great, Too! and Bethenny Frankel has built an empire that includes books around being Naturally Thin. And we can't forget about Danielle Staub's mention in Cop Without a Badge, which led her to release The Naked Truth: The Real Story Behind the Real Housewife of New Jersey--In Her Own Words (Jersey girls love a long title). With the release of Cirque du Salahi: Be Careful Who You Trust this week, and Cat's talk of her book, Inbox Full, let's take a look at your Real Housewives of DC Reading List (I'm going to make up some books, too). To Read More Click Here .

Real Housewives - D.C.: Bravo Lays Smackdown On The Salahis

Bravo’s message to the Salahis: Stop Lying On Us! Or Else… Uh Oh. The Salahis’ might have ticked off the wrong person, and that wrong person happens to be the hand cutting the checks for their services on The Real Housewives of D.C. Yesterday, we reported on the release of a new book by Diane Dimond named “Cirque du Salahi: Be Careful Who You Trust”, which claimed that the Salahis’ hasn’t said a peep about the infamous (and kinda played out) White House ‘Gate Crashing’ debacle due to “iron-clad” contracts set in by Bravo, forcing the Salahis’ into remaining mum about the incident. To Read More Click Here .

See 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Before They Were Famous

Before they were crashing parties at the White House and rubbing elbows with politicians and celebrities alike on 'The Real Housewives of D.C.,' the ladies were singing backup vocals, making headlines in London tabloids, hanging out with the Kennedys, posing for cameras and leading sorority meetings. Life & Style has exclusive photos of Lynda Erikiletian, Cat Ommanney, Mary Amons, Stacie Turner and Michaele Salahi before they were stars. Take a peek at photos of Lynda, Mary and Cat before they took America by storm on Bravo's hit reality series. For a full gallery of the 'Housewives' before they were stars pickup Life & Style Weekly, on newsstands now! To Read More Click Here .