Andy Cohen Says Bravo is Done Casting New Cities for ‘Real Housewives’

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Bravo's Executive Vice President of Original Programming & Development (and adorable Watch What Happens Live host) Andy Cohen, recently told OK! magazine that Real Housewives of Miami will likely be the last new city added to the series. He said, “I really feel like we're done.” When OK! asked if Miami would be the last new city, Andy said, “Yeah.”

Well, thank God. Bravo was on a good roll there with new cities in the beginning, adding New York, Atlanta, and New Jersey with great success. Then someone at Bravo suggested Real Housewives of D.C., which totally sucked. Bravo then stepped it up a notch, redeeming itself with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which was, in a word, awesome. It totally made sense. Beautiful, rich, connected people with tons of in-fighting and marriage problems? Sign me up.

But, then we were given Real Housewives of Miami. I had a sense that I wouldn't like it since the first time I heard about it. I was right. It's the one Real Housewives series that I have absolutely no desire to watch. I even watched the whole season of Real Housewives of D.C. to see if it would get better (it didn't). Real Housewives of Miami is honestly really boring to me; I don't find any of the cast-members charming, relateable, or interesting, with the exception of Elsa Patton.

I know everyone likes and hates different cities for different reasons. I am happy that Bravo will stop adding new cities, at least for a while. I still care about all of these cities and want to “watch what happens” next.

Vote in our poll below to tell us which Real Housewives city is your favorite. And let us know: are you glad Bravo is going to stop adding new cities to Real Housewives?

(Photo via The New York Times)