No one does vacation like The Real Housewives. They always go somewhere beautiful, they always have a good time, and they always come back from these getaways with fresh drama. But just because each group of Housewives goes on a vacation each season doesn't mean they all come out the same. Vice President of Current Production Ryan Flynn works on both The Real Housewives of New York City and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and he explains why the two have very different traveling experiences.
"For each franchise it's a little different," Ryan tells The Daily Dish Podcast. "For whatever reason on The Real Housewives of New York City it just works for those women to be in a house together. Like put them in a house in a destination, you know add little water, well, really add a little vodka, tequila and then stand back because it's always interesting. It's always explosive. It's always fun."
For RHOBH, the sleeping arrangements are a little different.
"Whereas with Beverly Hills, maybe we would put them in a house together, but I think they really prefer having their own suites and their own space and sort of doing it up their own way...We also have to not repeat ourselves across all the franchises, so if [The Real Housewives of] Atlanta are going to Hawaii, we're not going to go to Hawaii that same year on Beverly Hills. We need to find variety, and the world hopefully is big enough that we don't ever find ourselves being too repetitive."
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