Bravo Says That ‘Real Housewives of DC’ Is Officially Over, Hints Miami Might Not Return

Although Bravo executive Andy Cohen said there was a chance that Real Housewives of DC could return to the network minus Michaele Salahi, Bravo has announced that the series won’t be back. The poorly-rated season had always been on the bubble, but when Cohen said the series wouldn’t expand to other cities, some people hoped that meant DC stood a chance at returning. However, a source tells Radar Online that DC is toast.

“After DC failed in the ratings and Miami just bombed, they realized they can’t just start a show anywhere and it will succeed,” said the source. “They’ve realized a lot with the failure of DC and Miami, and they’re going to concentrate on the successful shows they have and not expand any further.” Although DC cast member Stacie Scott Turner and her husband Jason Turner reportedly had Bravo cameras in tow when they visited Nigeria to meet Stacie’s birth father, it seems that Bravo has decided to scrap any footage they’d already gathered. The rest of the cast had reportedly banded together and refused to work with the Salahis, but it now seems the matter is what Joey Tribbiani might call “a moo point.”

Also, does this mean that Miami won’t be back for a second season?

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    • Hannah Rose Siegel

      Yessss! Andy Cohen heard my prayer. Now the other cities will be back sooner!