Is Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills In Trouble? Rumors Surface About Dull Storylines And No Drama

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: (l-r) Denise Richards, Erika Girardi, Lisa Rinna, Andy Cohen, Kyle Richards, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Dorit Kemsley -- (Photo by: Nicole Weingart/Bravo)

Let’s discuss Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! Now filming it’s 10th season, the cast is up two new ladies and down one star. According to ancient scrolls, #puppygate was the smokescreen created to avoid discussing “sensitive legal matters”. Dorit Kemsley and Kyle Richards both have husbands in hot water. They were also heavily involved with perpetuating the agonizing puppygate storyline. Coincidence? The scandal saw Lisa Vanderpump effectively giving the finger to her co-stars and the show, after being blamed for Dorit’s blunder with basic animal care.

Despite LVP’s departure, the sun has risen again on RHOBH. Or has it? Viewers hoping to get a taste of Mauricio Umansky’s multi-million dollar fraud lawsuit, will probably remain hungry. Those with a thirst for seeing PK Kemsley give Dorit condolences for her dead checking account, will most likely remain parched. So what will the ladies do to fill the time and keep us interested? The answer might be, nothing at all.

Is Karma giving the side-eye to RHOBH? It appears everyone is getting along Kumbaya-style, even though Erika Jayne, Kyle, and Dorit are trying to keep their financial battles under wraps. Maybe they are getting along a little too well. The mean streets of Beverly Hills are talking, and the rumor mill says something might be amiss in Encino.

According to The Showbiz CheatSheet, some heads may be on the chopping block. Why, you ask? NO DRAMA. The article states, “Execs have viewed scenes from the new season and their first impression is that the footage appeared very bland. Not only is there hardly any confrontation between the cast, but all of the ladies are getting along just great.” Yeah, because they all have dirt on each other at this point. Mum’s the word!

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An insider shared, “There is no big tension, no central storyline, no central conflict, just some petty spats. There is a void.” The source hints that Bravo has advised the ladies to turn the heat up or be prepared to lose a diamond. Here’s where it gets interesting, it looks like it will all come down to Lisa Rinna and Kyle to save the ship from sinking. This could be an important move for Rinna, the bigwigs might be grooming her for a takeover. A takeover of Kyle, that is. Rinna could very well swoop in, go up against Kyle’s new bangs, and finally get that fan base. Not because Rinna is particularly endearing, but viewer love for Kyle dwindled in the fallout of kicking LVP to the curb #puppygate.

Since Rinna has two friends joining the crew this year, Kyle could find herself in a power struggle when if things get nasty. And if you thought Bravo was going to let LVP go gentle into that good night, you would be wrong. “Instead, producers are using flashbacks to keep her [Lisa Vanderpump] on the show, though it is not clear how the footage will be used. Current cast members are also expected to mention Vanderpump in testimonials.” I mean, you know they would anyway. What else would the ladies talk about? THEIR LIVES?

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What do you think? Is the season ALLEGEDLY boring because everyone still refuses to talk about court? Are viewers supposed to pretend we don’t know about legal troubles while the cast participates in rituals celebrating unbreakable friendship bonds? Whatever is going on, it sounds like the ladies have been given a stern warning. Get ready for a Kyle/Rinna showdown, it’s time to pick sides, y’all! #TEAMRINNA


[Photo Credit: Nicole Weingart/Bravo]