Andy Cohen dropped a bombshell on OK! Magazine yesterday.
According to an interview with the magazine, the man behind most of the hits on Bravo's schedule revealed that The Real Housewives of Miami, the current incarnation of the the network's ever popular Real Housewives franchise, will be the "last stop" in terms of new locales for the series.
"I think we're really done," Cohen told OK after the magazine asked which city was next for the Bravo series. So all of those talks about the show popping up in Texas, New Orleans, and Nashville have officially been nullified. Or have they?
Maybe Cohen wants us to think that since casting for the last three series (D.C., Beverly Hills, and Miami) had been linked long before press for the shows began. Or maybe Cohen feels that the backlash from D.C. and Miami are indicators of an early burnout for the series is a sign to stop while Bravo is ahead. Whatever the reason for this somewhat quiet announcement from Cohen, we are on the fence about this piece of news for two reasons. Read More...