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Exploring a new city through the lens of a Real Housewives franchise is always exciting, as viewers learned in the very first season of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, which premiered in 2020. But does Andy Cohen, who is an executive producer of The Real Housewives, have any plans to put a new franchise on the map? The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host has opened up about the future of Housewives lately, giving viewers a taste of what to expect.
During the February 10 WWHL After Show, which you can watch in the video, above, a viewer asked Andy, “If you could pick, what would be your top three cities for new Housewives franchises?”
“I don’t know. Because I think we’re so good right now. I don’t know,” he replied.
The topic came up once again on February 11, when another duo of viewers from Chicago posed a similar inquiry about the possibility of a Real Housewives in the Windy City. Andy noted that Bravo did once air a show about Chicagoans, but as far as a Real Housewives of Chicago goes, "I don’t know. I mean, it seems like we’re good right now. I know there was a moment when Tinsley [Mortimer] moved to Chicago to cast around her, but I think we’re good.”
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