There are lot of people (haters) who don’t get how I am pretty much always watching Real Housewives. There have been so many episodes in so many cities that there is just way too much content to ever get sick of the franchise.
With that said, I want more.
I always want more when it comes to Real Housewives. One of the people behind Real Housewives, Andy Cohen, revealed that there were a bunch of cities that could have had Real Housewives series, but just didn’t make the cut.
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There are so many “obvious” places that would serve as the perfect backdrop for social drama and I’ve always wondered why there were some obvious gaps missing among the Real Housewives cities.
Andy explained that Bravo did casting in a bunch of cities, but the people just didn’t come through.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, the Watch What Happens Live host dishes on the Real Housewives shows that could have been. This info has been pretty private up until now, so it’s interesting to learn. I mean, it’s not as interesting as having even more shows to watch, but as a super fan, I’ll take whatever I can get when it comes to this franchise.
Andy revealed, “There are a lot of cities that we’ve cast in. People don’t know this.” There are probably some great contenders all around the United States, but not everyone has an interest in being a reality TV star – believe it or not.
So where did Bravo look for potential Housewives? Andy said, “We’ve cast in Greenwich, Connecticut, San Francisco, the wine country. We’ve cast all over the place. We have cast in Houston, where we didn’t wind up doing it, so there have been versions that never made it.”
I wonder what that means… if these cities were completely nixed or if there was footage shot of the Housewives that could have been.
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