Kyle Richards gave a big "thank you" to all her fans who have supported her in the wake of the news that American Woman, the dramedy loosely based on her mom Kathleen Richards as well as Kyle's own childhood in the '70s, is ending after one season.
"You guys ... your comments are so nice and supportive. I can’t thank you enough," The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills actress wrote. "You’ve made me feel even more proud of the show we made. It makes me happy knowing you came on this journey with me and ended up loving [American Woman]."
Kyle previously confirmed the show was wrapping up, even teasing her hopes that the series could potentially have a future. "I’m so proud of the show we made and am so grateful for the talented team of people it took to create it. We put our hearts & souls into it... So many of you have expressed your love for the show. Maybe we will find it a new home ..."
The series starred Alicia Silverstone as Bonnie, the lead character based on Kyle's mom's experiences as a single mom back in the day, along with Mena Suvari, Jennifer Bartels, and Cheyenne Jackson as her friends.
Below, Kyle opens up a bit more about that decade.
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