Although Cynthia doesn't seem to have a reason to leave the series, she hinted that she could be doing so during a new interview.
"Just as it started, it will end, and we will be replaced by someone that America thinks is much more interesting to watch," Cynthia said to S2S Magazine, according to a March 11 report by Wetpaint Entertainment. "My only regret would be to walk away from this and not be set for life and not have taken advantage of every single opportunity that I could."
Since Bravo often replaces housewives with new wives, it's not surprising to hear that she has the possibility in mind. While stars such as NeNe Leakes and Teresa Giudice make their franchises, and would likely never replaced, at least not anytime soon, Cynthia hasn't been with the series since it's start, and her story lines aren't as major as some of the other ladies.
In other news, Cynthia's husband has reportedly began filming a spinoff pilot for a series that will chronicle the happenings of his nightclub, Bar One. Thus far, the show hasn't been picked up by a network.