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RHONY Production Company Shed Media Reportedly Will Take Over And Complete The First Season Of ‘The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City’ After Bravo Allegedly Fired Original Production Company!

According to Instagram page, Housewives of SLC, there were some major production changes. Apparently, Bravo fired the original production company of the upcoming first season of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.

The page claims that Shed Media, who is the production company for The Real Housewives of New York City, will take over and will be handling the post-production on the upcoming new Bravo reality series and will reportedly be the production company moving forward.

Cohen previously teased what viewers can expect in the new series. "Expect mountains, expect snow and expect, you know, some Mormons," he told Entertainment Tonight. "What would a Mormon Housewife look like? Stay tuned."

"A production company brought us unbelievable women, and the cool thing about Salt Lake City is, they're leading these aspirational lives," he adds. "When you look at the footage, it is a fantasy life. For me, just the snow and the scenery and the lifestyle, it's really cool."

 In November 2019, Andy Cohen announced that The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City was coming to Bravo during BravoCon 2019.

"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," Andy explained during his Ask Andy panel. "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."

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