Bravo has created an embarrassment of riches with its Real Housewives franchise. At this point, they could almost air episodes from a different city every night of the week. But the network ran into some drama this week, when it switched the premiere dates of two different shows. Apparently a lack of drama from the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City led Bravo to flip the premiere of that season with the show out of Miami. It seems the New Yorkers have forgotten how to properly cat fight.
Up until yesterday, The Real Housewives of New York City was on track to premiere their new season on February 15. But now that won’t happen until March, and The Real Housewives of Miami will be the next season to go live.
According to The New York Post:
“They wanted the ladies to fight like cats and dogs, but they got along,” said a source. “[But] they are now freaking out that they’ll get fired for being boring and replaced by more fiery women.” Some of the cast members are also frustrated after planning splashy viewing parties at clubs for the premiere.