The fans of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” are obsessed with who might be coming back to the series on the next season and what might be the next chapter for the ladies who live in the California mansions. While there have been plenty of rumors, it appear that Bravo (along with Andy Cohen) haven’t made any decisions for the casting yet. According to WetPaint on Thursday, the casting review for the reality show really has only begun.
“Right now we're starting to figure out what's happening with Beverly Hills because all the reunions have aired, the secrets revealed has aired,” said Andy Cohen about the current situation. “So we wait until the season is over, over, over, we regroup, we look back at the season.”
While the Bravo executives look at the season past, they also are considering what might be the next step for the future. Knowing that the ladies have plans in their lives, the show wants to see what might be of interest to the viewers before making a big commitment.
And of course if there are women who won’t be invited back, there needs to be a replacement determined. With all the fame that comes with the show, there are many women who would like to take the place of a cast member who doesn’t return. Beverly Hills is full of charming rich ladies who would love to take the spotlight of the cameras.
One woman who every viewer would like to return to the show is Lisa Vanderpump. The popular Bravo personality already has a successful show, “Vanderpump Rules,” but her start was on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” She hasn’t hinted if she was asked to return or if she would agree to come back, but there is hope she will remain on the show. Plus everyone knows she has a new restaurant opening up so she has a great story to share.
The ladies highlighted on the Beverly Hills show definitely will need to be changed up. The toxic way that the reunion show ended leaves viewers with the impression that some new faces need to be part of the mix.