Jacqueline Laurita won't be seen on the upcoming sixth season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," but she will soon return to Bravo.
Just hours after "RHONJ" season six's premiere date and cast was announced by Bravo, Laurita took to social media where she let her fans know they will soon see her on the network which made her famous in the spinoff of her sister-in-law and former co-star, Caroline Manzo.
"U can still see me part time on #Bravo on @CarolineManzo new spin off #ManzodWithChildren," Laurita announced on Twitter on Wednesday, May 14. "I'm thrilled 2 b on it! It's a lot of fun & hilarious."
Although there hasn't yet been a premiere date set for "Manzo'd With Children," Bravo did tell fans last month that the show would hit airwaves "later this year," which likely means this fall. At the time of the announcement, there was also a sneak peek clip released, which would seem to hint that the show is nearly finished filming.
However, regardless of how far into filming Manzo and the rest of the cast may be, Bravo may be holding out in an effort to maximize their ratings by waiting to air the show until "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" wraps. Often, spinoffs will air either in the timeslot following their predecessor or in the week following their predecessor's finale, so Bravo could go either way with this. They could also branch out and try airing the show as its own separate entity, but for its debut episode, that may not be the best choice.
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" season six is set to premiere on July 13 at 8 p.m.