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The Real Housewives Of Cheshire Plans To Film Virtual Reunion For Season 11!

The upcoming reunion taping for Season 11 of The Real Housewives of Cheshire may be filmed virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Doing the show via Zoom and Skype is going to be difficult but people still need to watch telly and it’s a blessing for me that I’m still working, but who knows how long this is going to continue,” reunion host Brian Dowling told the Mirror.

The new season premiered on Monday, April 20, but originally it was set to debut in March, but the series was pushed back due to the global pandemic.

Season 11 consists of Dawn Ward, Ester Dee, Hanna Kinsella, Lauren Simon, Nicole Sealey, Rachel Lugo, Seema Malhotra, and Tanya Bardsley. Christine McGuiness appears this season as the "guest" of the series.

Amanda Stavri, Commissioning Editor, Factual Entertainment, ITV added: “We’re so pleased to see the return of Lauren to The Real Housewives and it is fantastic to see Nicole joining the Cheshire set to add a new perspective to the group. We can’t wait to see them all on our screens this spring.”

Mike Swindells, Executive Producer, Monkey, explained: “Now in its 11th series, the show is going from strength to strength. We’re particularly excited about seeing Lauren back in the mix. Nicole is another great addition and we can’t wait to see how she fares amongst the other ladies. This is a great opportunity to add another voice to the group and further develop the established relationships amongst the Cheshire Housewives”.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire is made by BAFTA-winning producers Monkey, an NBCUniversal International Studios company, which is a division of NBCUniversal Content Studios. The series is executive produced by David Granger and Mike Swindells for Monkey. It has been recommissioned by ITV’s Paul Mortimer, Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions and Amanda Stavri, Commissioning Editor, Factual Entertainment, ITV.

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