Andy Cohen has commented on the cancellations of The Real Housewives of D.C. and The Real Housewives of Miami, which ran for one and three seasons respectively, and the future of the franchise, per Variety:
Cohen offered more insights into the “Housewives” franchise, saying that the Miami show “didn’t work out” and that he fought for a second season of “The Real Housewives of D.C.” but lost (Cohen called this year’s “Potomac” entry “D.C. adjacent”). When asked what the next “Housewives” city could be, Cohen replied, “maybe Nashville?”
And what of an “Real Housewives: All Stars” spinoff, featuring the biggest personalities from each city, Cohen laughed off the idea.
“The shows are still doing really, really well,” Cohen said. “So when they really start petering out, we’ll just throw eight of them on an island.”
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the survival status of all shows in the Real Housewives franchise…