Andy Cohen Says RHOBH Is Not Being Cancelled


With reports of low ratings for this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Andy Cohen is putting rumors that the show is being cancelled to rest. Over the first three seasons, RHOBH ratings were great, averaging around 2 million and topping off at over 3 million during the second season. So when the current season began at just over 1.5 million, fans worried that the show could be in jeopardy. After a fan revealed on Twitter that they were “so sad” at the idea of cancellation, Andy responded, saying there has been no talk of canceling the show. “There is exactly no one discussing this concept!” he replied.

Ratings for RHOBH are expected to start rising, as several reality TV competition shows are ending.

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  • Docx

    Notice Andy states “NO one is talking??”… Andy is no longer an executive with Bravo. Andy has no say in what programming will be released. It is my understanding #rhoM, #rhoC, #rhoNY = is NOT scheduled for any new filming. #rhoA #rhoNJ do indeed have future contracts. #rhoBH is the one up in the air = future filming has not been decided. Bravo is releasing 16 new shows. HW franchise ran its course and over the next 2 years will be phased out completely along with Andy. Only exception would be rhoA rhoNJ.