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Andy Cohen Reveals What It’s Like To Film ‘Real Housewives’ Franchise During COVID-19 Pandemic And Shares His Thoughts On Current Season Of RHOP; Says “It’s Very Dramatic”

Andy Cohen opens up about the drama playing out on the current season of The Real Housewives of Potomac.

"I love it, I mean it's very dramatic," Andy told E! News of the new episodes. "There's a lot of shifts in alliances as the season goes, and there's a lot of really compelling personal stories with the women that I think will surprise a lot of people."

Andy also revealed that production has begun on both The Real Housewives of Dallas and The Real Housewives of New Jersey. He shared that Bravo is "following all of the protocols and it's challenging" due to COVID-19 restrictions remain in place across the U.S.

"I mean, I think that what you'll see is a little more...I think the women will be at home more, at each other's homes [and] outside," Andy told E! News.

As for The Real Housewives of Orange County, "We had to shut down production because of COVID and then the women kind of self shot for a little bit," Andy said. "And let me just say that when we resumed production, COVID played a big part of what was happening."

Recent months have also seen landmark protests of social injustice, demands for racial equality and the continued rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.

"I know that [Braunwyn Windham-Burke] has been very active, and I think that it's something that she's been talking about with the other women," Andy noted of RHOC's involvement. "There's kind of not much more I can add to that."

Braunwyn is one of the five housewives Andy would choose—along with The Real Housewives of Atlanta's NeNe Leakes, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hill's Garcelle Beauvais, RHONY's Leah McSweeney and RHOD's Stephanie Hollman—to be stuck in quarantine with.

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