Real Housewives of New York City Cast Drama Leads to Show Split & Cancellation

The Real Housewives of New York City ended with a cast of five women who did not get along enough to film a reunion episode. Bravo announced plans to split the franchise into two shows with new and veteran cast members. However, the planned “Legacy” edition of the show has since been cancelled.

The Real Housewives of New York City cast did not get along and the show was split into two, but the “Legacy” edition with veteran cast members has since been cancelled.

The Real Housewives of New York City wrapped up its run in 2021 with a cast comprising of Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney and Eboni K. Williams. The season witnessed an intense rift between the women, prompting the network to cancel the reunion episode, which was supposed to be the season’s grand finale. Bravo’s decision came as a surprise to fans, as it marked the first time in the franchise’s history that any season lacked a reunion episode.

The show’s producers soon announced their plan to revamp the series by splitting it into two shows. The first, a revamp of RHONY, feature entirely new cast members, while the second would be the “Legacy” edition, comprising veteran cast members. However, the veteran cast edition now appears to be suspended. Owing to the tensions between the cast members and low ratings, the producers have halted production on the “Legacy” series indefinitely.

This move has sparked debates among fans and critics, with many questioning if the “Legacy” edition ever truly had a chance to succeed post-revamp. Regardless of opinions, it is clear that the original cast of the RHONY has had its last run, and fans must brace for a new slate of characters on the upcoming seasons. However, whether the producers will come up with a new spin-off featuring the veteran cast remains to be seen. Only time will tell.

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