Andy Cohen is the king at Bravo and The Real Housewives franchises. The Watch What Happens Live host has something special that he’s cooking up and has already upset two people. Cohen teased the special involving kids of The Real Housewives and said that two mom’s had called him asking why their children were not considered.
Who is confirmed for the ‘WWHL’ Kids’ special?
Cohen caused the Bravo world to shake with a new special he’s planning for his late-night show. The host tweeted his fans asking for questions for “a special Bravo Kids episode” of WWHL. Cohen tweeted the names of the kids that had been confirmed which were: Kim Zolciak’s daughter Brielle, Kandi Burruss’ daughter Riley, Dolores Catania’s son Frankie, Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter Briana, and Teresa Giudice’s daughter Gia.
However that wasn’t all other kids included Jeana Keough’s son Shane, Luann de Lesseps’ daughter Victoria, Carolina Manzo’s sons’ Albie and Chris, Meredith Marks’ son Brooks, Cynthia Bailey’s daughter Noelle, Ramona Singer’s daughter Avery, and Sheree Whitfield’s son Kairo.
After the tweet, Cohen said he received a call from two housewives that were upset for not including their children in this special.
“I will say, I heard from two moms yesterday saying, ‘Why wasn’t my daughter included?” Cohen revealed on Radio Andy.
When the person asked if it was Sonja Morgan asking for her daughter, Cohen said it wasn’t her.
“I would have loved to have Quincy. She’s never been on the show, so I wouldn’t even ask,” Cohen added.
“People were very excited about this and you’re going to be hearing more,” the host teased. “This is part of something bigger that we are doing at Watch What Happens Live. This is only a part of it.”
Andy Cohen teases ‘RHOM’ Season 4
Fans who want to know about The Real Housewives always go to Cohen as he is an executive producer on the franchises. One fan-favorite that’s returning soon is The Real Housewives of Miami. Peacock, the NBC Universal streaming service, is developing a reboot of the series that only had three seasons on Bravo. Details about the new season are still being worked out but Cohen recently teased what’s ahead.
“It’s in development. We’ve all been meeting with Peacock and talking to them, and there are always conversations about different Bravo IPs that could work on Peacock,” Cohen told Variety. “And I was very dogmatic that there is a big fan base for Miami Housewives that has been wanting it to be brought back. I see what people are asking for on Twitter, and that’s one of those shows that was a constant.”
Cohen also said that the reboot made “perfect sense” for Peacock as the streaming service houses all of the NBC Universal brands and Bravo is one of them. In terms of casting, Cohen said that they are considering bringing some of the original cast members back to have the new season connected to the past.
“I think there’s always a benefit in not throwing everything out. I’d like there to be some connection to the past,” he added.
At this point, Peacock has not revealed when production would start on RHOM or when it’s intended to start streaming.
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