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Andy Cohen Says "It Was Incredibly Difficult" to Film NYC Prep

"I'm surprised we even got one season out of it," the Watch What Happens Live host said.

Of all the past Bravo series, NYC Prep is one that definitely still has a special place in fans' hearts. The docuseries, which aired for one season in 2009, followed the lives of six teenagers in Manhattan's elite high school scene as they attended the hottest parties in town and chased their career dreams. 

The subject of NYC Prep came up during the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen After Show on February 10 (clip above) when one fan asked the host, "Would you ever consider doing an NYC Prep reboot with a new generation, like Gen Z, TikTok [at an] NYC prep school?"

Though Andy Cohen showed some love to NYC Prep in his response, he noted, "It was incredibly difficult to shoot that show. I'm surprised we even got one season out of it. It was very challenging."

Andy elaborates on what made filming NYC Prep so "very challenging" in the above clip.

Not only was Andy an executive at Bravo during the time NYC Prep was on the air, but he also has another connection to the show. NYC Prep cast member Sebastian Oppenheim actually worked as a production assistant at WWHL in the summer of 2013.

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