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Andy Cohen Gives An Update On The Future Of RHOC After ‘Reboot’ Comment And Teases “Interesting” And “Fascinating” RHOBH Season 11 Drama!

Andy Cohen is sharing details about the future status of The Real Housewives of Orange County and teases what Bravo viewers can expect about the upcoming new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

"I think that show's really important to a lot of people and it's the mothership of all the Housewives and so we just want to take our sweet time," Cohen told E! News. "You know there used to be times between seasons where we'd say, 'Let's just let the Housewives live their lives and we'll call on them in a bit.' And I think we're in that period in Orange County. I think it will be good for them to live their lives and then we'll pick it back up when we need to. We've got a lot of Housewives shows going in various stages of production so the good news is there's no, we don't have to rush it to air."

During a seperate interview, Cohen shared more details about the future of the OC installment. 

"The status of “OC” right now is that we’re just taking a pause. We’re in no rush to get into production. One of the benefits of “Salt Lake City” coming out so strong out of the gate and becoming such a hit is you don’t need to be in such a rush then to get “Orange County” back, because you have more to play with," he told Variety. "And we really wanted to get back in production in “Salt Lake” when it was still winter there. It’s a stark contrast to all the other shows to see them with the mountains and the snow. So we love that aesthetic. But Orange County, Calif., is still fairly locked down."

"So that was one issue. There were times in the past where we would say, “You know what? Let’s let the women live their lives for awhile, and see where they’re at. And see where they’re at with each other.” There’s a clear hope from the fans that there’s some kind of shake-up. And I think we’re analyzing everything. I think we just wanted to be really deliberate too," he continued. "I mean, this is obviously the show that started everything for this franchise. And it’s really important, and it’s important that we keep getting it right. And by the way, I thought the reunion was fantastic! I think, given everything that we faced this season production-wise, it was a pretty good season. I would not say that it was the best season of “Housewives of Orange County.” But given everything we were up against, there were some killer episodes."

He added, "Well, listen, my God! Listen: “Orange County” is going to be great."

Cohen also teased what Bravo viewers can expect from the upcoming eleventh season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills amid Erika Girardi divorce drama.

"I am three episodes into the new season," he told E! News. "What's interesting is everything happened while we were shooting, so it's interesting to see the other women trying to figure out what's going on. It's interesting to see Erika trying to figure out what's going on. Yeah, it's a fascinating season."


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