Real Housewives boss responds to calls to cancel RHOC

Rianne Houghton
·2-min read
Photo credit: Bravo
Photo credit: Bravo

From Digital Spy

The Real Housewives of Orange County has been going for almost 15 years, but is a cancellation on the horizon? Executive producer Andy Cohen has shared his thoughts.

Following some calls for the California-based edition of Real Housewives to be given the chop on Twitter, Cohen has suggested that rather than an outright axe, a reboot might be on the cards.

It all started when writer Evan Ross Katz tweeted: "It's time to cancel RHOC." The View presenter Meghan McCain agreed, replying "Yes", prompting Andy to jump in and respond.

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"I think you mean reBOOT", he replied. So, perhaps we can expect to see a very different format for RHOC in the future.

Meanwhile, in other Real Housewives news, Real Housewives of Dallas star Kameron Westcott spoke to Digital Spy about her on-screen feud with newcomer Dr Tiffany Moon.

"I got to know her before the show and I was just like, right on board," Kameron told us. "I was so excited. We talked about how we're both pink-lovers and there's a lot of things in common. I was head over heels for her."

However, after a spat over dim sum, things quickly soured between the castmates. "She got a little testy with me throughout the season," Kameron said.

Photo credit: Bravo
Photo credit: Bravo

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"She got a little bossy, [there was] a problem of talking down to me. I was like, 'Girl. I'm your friend.' I don't understand how she feels, but I was kinda taken back by a few things throughout the season with her."

The Real Housewives of Orange County season 15 is available to stream and download on hayu.

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