Could new episodes of ‘The Real Housewives of New York’ and The Real Housewives if Beverly Hills’ drop early in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak?
According to Andy Cohen — it’s not happening.
He spoke to SiriusXM host Amy Phillips and explained why everyone will have to wait.
“The issue is there’s only a certain amount of episodes totally color-corrected and locked right now, for both of those shows, I think for New York there’s like, eight or nine done and for Beverly Hills, there’s like, five done,” Andy revealed. “Something like that.”
“If we dunk them all out now, we need to have a plan in place. We’re working on having a plan in place where people will be editing remotely. It’s going to be a slower process, it’s going to take longer,” Andy admitted.
“If we released all those now, we would wind up screwing ourselves in the end, so that’s the issue,” Andy said. “The truth of the matter is, if this is going to go on for a while, just think of how much more we’re going to be ready for New York in ten days when it premieres! I just think we need to be focused. We’re really behind in the Atlanta edit, we were supposed to be shooting the reunion today for Atlanta. Obviously, that’s not happening. Hopefully we will be able to shoot it soon.”
That’s too bad. Andy did also reveal that ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ trailer should be dropping soon.
Check out the clip below.