The devoted fans of the Real Housewives franchise cannot get enough. With so many seasons of the shows in all of the different cities, there could be a Bravo sister network solely devoted to the Real Housewives franchise. While a network with solely Real Housewives show is just something I imagine, it is definitely possible considering how much Housewives content there is at this point.
The king of Bravo himself, Andy Cohen, has a great suggestion for expanding the Real Housewives franchise to be an even bigger phenomenon than it is and it involves a whole new city.
During an interview with E! News, Andy Cohen was asked to name the next location where he would like to have a Real Housewives series. Andy suggested Nashville, saying “It’s a great city, and it has its own identity. There’s a lot of super rich people, and country superstars and music. It’s a great town.”
Considering that Andy has more than enough pull to make that happen, let’s just hope that there are women in the city interested in sharing their lives so this ends up happening.
It appears that some fans misinterpreted Andy‘s comments and thought he was confirming that Nashville was a “go”, so he took to Twitter to clear things up. He Tweeted, “Reading misleading articles saying I “announced” a new Housewives city. Someone asked where would be fun and I said Nashville. It was all hypothetical. Sorry!”
TELL US- IS NASHVILLE A GOOD CHOICE FOR THE NEXT REAL HOUSEWIVES CITY? WHICH CITY IS MISSING IN THE REAL HOUSEWIVES FRANCHISE?
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