Andy Cohen is speaking out amid calls to cancel his longest-running Real Housewives series, The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Following the conclusion of the two-part season 15 reunion on Wednesday, Andy was confronted by a couple of people online, including The View co-host Meghan McCain, who felt that the show had reached its end but voiced her desire for a Real Housewives of D.C. return.
“It’s time to cancel RHOC,” writer Evan Ross Katz said on January 28.
“Yes,” Meghan agreed.
Meanwhile, in a tweet of his own, Andy confirmed he was not on the same page with Evan and Meghan and said he believed the series simply needed a bit of a “reboot” ahead of its upcoming 16th season.
“I think you mean reBOOT,” he replied.
Also on Twitter on Thursday, Andy reacted to a message shared by Meghan in regard to the potential return of RHODC.
“I have thoughts…. also since I have both of your attention and currently live in the beltway – please Reboot DC housewives PLEASE!” she stated.
In response, Andy didn’t exactly confirm that the idea was possible. Instead, he made it clear that he was always a fan of the series, which was canceled after just one season over 10 years ago.
“I loved [RHODC],” Andy admitted.
RHODC premiered in August 2010 and concluded in October of the same year after just 11 episodes, including the series’ two-part reunion. It featured five full-time cast members, including Mary Amons, Lynda Erkiletian, Cat Ommanney, Michaele Salahi, and Stacie Scott Turner.
Six years after the cancellation of RHODC, it was seemingly replaced by The Real Housewives of Potomac, which is set to begin filming on its sixth season in the coming weeks.
Photos Credit: Janet Mayer/Startraksphoto, Bravo
This article is auto-generated by Algorithm Source: realityblurb.com