Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are taking a break! Andy Cohen confirms the show has been on hiatus after a controversial season starring Kathy Hilton and Lisa Rinna…and will resume in 2023
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are taking it easy.
One of the show’s producers, Andy Cohen, 54, told E! News that the Los Angeles reality TV show will be taking a ‘minute’ hiatus.
The talk show host has not revealed why the show – starring Kathy Hilton and Lisa Rinna – would not be taped as usual.
Pause for a second: Bravo boss Andy Cohen, 54, told E! News that the LA reality show will take a hiatus and resume shooting in 2023
“Beverly Hills, we’re taking a minute break,” the executive producer told E! News.
“And then we’ll shoot with them again in the new year,” he added.
He did not reveal which housewives would return the following season.
Dramatic reunion: The talk show host did not reveal which housewives would return after the last controversial season
The final season included: Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Sutton Stracke, and Kathy Hilton in a “friend of” cast.
This follows a particularly controversial season after drama unfolded during a cast trip to Aspen, Colorado.
Kathy Hilton, 63, gave Bravo an ultimatum, saying she would not return to RHOBH unless Lisa Rinna, 59, and Erika Jayne, 51, were removed from the cast.
Meet the cast: In the final season, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Sutton Stracke and Kathy Hilton were a “friend of” the cast.
In October, Hilton told TMZ the two were “bullies” who would “throw anyone under the bus.”
The Hilton matriarch explained, “I had said I would only be willing to come back as the cast [changed].
“If it was all the same, absolutely not,” the reality star added. “Because I feel like they’re two bullies intimidating a lot of other girls.”
Stay tuned: As Bravo works out these issues with the cast, the executive producer shared the schedules and plans of other branches within the franchise
At the RHOBH season 12 reunion, more drama ensued and led to a blowout fight between the housewives.
As Bravo works out these issues with the cast, Cohen shared the schedules and plans of other branches within the franchise.
“We’re shooting the new Real Housewives of New York City that I’m excited about, and then we’re going to kickstart Legacy,” said the producer.
Cohen also shared that Salt Lake City’s Real Housewives is “in the middle of a gangbuster season.”
The third season should end in early 2023, similar to the Real Housewives of Potomac – currently airing and having a “great season.”
He told fans to expect many more Ultimate Girls Trips in 2023. A third season returns to Peacock.