The coronavirus pandemic and social distancing has put a halt to many tv productions, together with the favored Real Housewives franchise.
Housewives creator Andy Cohen is without doubt one of the celebrities who’ve examined optimistic for COVID-19 and is recovering at residence.
He not too long ago spoke with SiriusXM host Amy Phillips to present an replace on how upcoming Housewives seasons have been impacted by self-quarantining and if we’ll even get a Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion this 12 months.
“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.”
RHOA is at the moment airing the latter half of its 12th season. But as Cohen defined, even these episodes might be delayed.
It was beforehand introduced that the reunion had been postponed in an effort to defend the solid and crew from COVID-19. But now, a rescheduled shoot is even unsure.
Cohen additionally said that early premieres of Beverly Hills and New York for the hundreds of thousands of viewers quarantining at residence are additionally unlikely as a result of video editors are additionally self-isolating.
“The issue is there’s only a certain amount of episodes totally color-corrected and locked right now, for both of those shows,” he mentioned.
“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.”
Cohen did have some excellent news about The Real Housewives of Potomac, although. The trailer for the present’s fifth season will drop quickly.