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Andy Cohen Shares Update On ‘The Real Housewives’ Franchise And Reveals How COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected Upcoming New Seasons Of RHOD, RHONJ, RHOC And RHOSLC!

Andy Cohen is sharing updates about the upcoming new season of The Real Housewives franchise and reveals how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the production of upcoming seasons of Dallas, New Jersey, Orange County, and Salt Lake City.

"Dallas was just about to shoot, Jersey had just started shooting, so there's obviously been a pause," Andy told Entertainment Tonight of the state of the other cities."O.C. was kinda in the middle of their season almost, so there's been a pause. They've been shooting some stuff themselves, [and] we're anxious to start getting them all back together, obviously, but we have to wait and respectfully watch and see when it's safe enough to do it."

Andy says the network has no plans to scrap what was filmed before the quarantine.

"We have great stuff shot, so I wouldn't want to lose anything that we shot," he says. "What we shot are the building blocks of where the next season will go, so I definitely, I don't think we wanna lose anything."

As for The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, Cohen confirms that post-production is done but he teased and said to "watch this space," implying that the Utah installment of the Bravo hit reality franchise will hit TV screens sooner rather than later.

Meanwhile, The Real Housewives of Potomac, which was originally scheduled to air Season 5 this month was moved to summer so the network could have more programming during the summer since most production on Bravo shows are on hold due to the global health crisis.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and New York City is currently airing on Bravo.

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