Buckle up Bravo fans because some MAJOR changes are coming to the network’s Real Housewives programming.
According to Deux Moi, Bravo will be switching things up when it comes to airing the upcoming seasons of the Real Housewives.
“Some major changes are going to with Bravo’s programming,” a source confessed.
“RHOA has filmed during the summer months and premiered in the fall for years now, but filming for their new season won’t begin till October this year,” the insider said.
With production on season 14 of RHOA being pushed until the fall, Bravo is replacing their Sunday night spot with the Real Housewives of New Jersey, which is currently filming its twelfth season.
“RHONJ is slated to take RHOA’s programming spot as their new season will wrap filming in several weeks and air in late Oct/early Nov,” the source explained.
Bravo’s OG Housewife franchise, the Real Housewives of Orange County, will return by the end of 2021.
“RHOC is slated to return before the end of the year,” the source noted.
As for the Dallas Housewives franchise, the source says, “RHOD will have a delayed schedule similar to RHOA.”
That’s not all; NBC/Bravo is also planning some BIG THINGS for the return of RHOM, which will air on the Peacock app.
“NBC has a huge, lavish roll-out plan with Peacock for RHOM, which will also air later this year,” the insider said.
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