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Andy Cohen says ‘RHOBH’ is taking a ‘break,’ teases 2023 plans

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Andy Cohen has revealed that ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ will be on hold for ‘one minute’.

‘Beverly Hills, I’m taking a break’ Bravo Chief I told E!news Earlier this week, he added, “And we plan to get back to filming with them in the new year.”

Cohen, 54, didn’t elaborate on why the LA-based reality show isn’t following its regular programming schedule.

He also did not comment on which “Housewives” might return next season.

The latest stint on ‘RHOBH’ featured Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Krystal Kun Minkoff, Erica Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Sutton Struck, Diana Jenkins and Cathy Hilton as ‘friends’ of the cast.

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Latest stint of ‘RHOBH’ stars Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Krystal Kang Minkoff, Erica Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Diana Jenkins, Sutton Struck and Kathy Hilton Did.
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However, if you follow some Drama during a cast trip to Aspen season 12, hilton, age 63, warned bravo If Rinna, 59, and Jane, 51, do return, she may not.

“I think the cast [changed],” a fan favorite told TMZ in October.

“If it’s exactly the same, it’s definitely different,” she continued. “Because I think they’re two bullies who threaten a lot of other girls.”

While Bravo worked out casting issues for “RHOBH,” Cohen shared which franchises are currently filming.

“I’m filming a new ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ that I’m excited about. Then we’ll start ‘Legacy,'” the executive producer teased to E!. News, details remain tight-lipped.

Cohen also said that “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City”, which is currently airing, is “in the middle of a gangbuster season.”

He said Season 3 will end in early 2023.

Cohen concluded by sharing that fans can expect “more ‘ultimate girls trips'” in the new year.

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