“We’ve always tried to choose cities that have completely unique personalities and we also try to throw a little curveball now and then, pick somewhere that you maybe weren’t expecting. I think you’re going to be really surprised, intrigued, and titillated by the group of women that we have chosen in Salt Lake City for the next Real Housewives.”
Senior Vice President of Current Programming Noah Samton even chimed in about the upcoming show stating:
“When it was announced at BravoCon, I sort of flipped through Twitter to see how people were reacting and I can tell you that there was sort of an outcry about what people expected it to be and what they thought it was gonna be, and it’s not that. It’s one of the reasons that we moved forward with the show is because it feels unexpected. It feels different than what you would think when you just picture in your head, Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.”
Noah added “I think it’s gonna be a really fascinating show. You don’t earn that Real Housewives title… you know, we don’t give that out lightly. So, we have a lot of – it’s very early in the process, but we all have a lot of faith that it’s gonna be a great show.”
“They check a lot of boxes that our viewers are looking for. They’re women with interesting families and family relationships and interesting relationships with each other. I think their backgrounds are actually sort of, uh, more interesting than you might normally see. We saw the development tape early on and jaws were dropping over what was, you know, what these women’s lives were like and who they were.”
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