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'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' producers to make big changes

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" has gone downhill in the last couple of seasons. While the show began as one that focused on the rich, fabulous women of Beverly Hills and their over-the-top lifestyles, it has since turned into a mud-slinging battle between the women with the focal point being the outrageous levels they will stoop to in order to tear their cast mates down.

Lisa Vanderpumpand Kyle Richards attend the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards presented by Ketel One and Wells Fargo held at Westin Bonaventure Hotel on April 21, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
Lisa Vanderpumpand Kyle Richards attend the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards presented by Ketel One and Wells Fargo held at Westin Bonaventure Hotel on April 21, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.Photo by Kevin Winter

Although a reality show like that may succeed among some standards, Bravo isn't happy with the direction their series is heading and they are on a mission to restore the sanity. However, they aren't quite sure how to go about it.

“The producers don’t know what to do now, or where to go next season,” one insider told Radar Online. “Everything is falling apart behind-the-scenes. They want the controversial people to come back because ratings were pretty good but everyone hates all of the women!"

The cast is an overall mess and at this stage in the game, whatever producers do, it's going to have to be drastic. But they don't seem to be quite ready to say goodbye to Brandi Glanville, who has been responsible for making the show what it is at this point -- even though that might make the most sense for what they are trying to do.

At this point, everyone is in jeopardy and fans may be getting a repeat of what producers did with "Real Housewives of New York City" by booting half the cast and starting fresh.