Bravo likes to play this game where they keep the cast and fans wondering if a show is coming back for a new season until the last minute — the latest victim: Real Housewives of New York City.
The reality show was supposed to start taping in January, but it now appears it has been pushed back until February.
The New York Daily News says the ladies feel “tortured” by their bosses and RadarOnline speculates, “The RHONYC ladies are now not even sure if they’re all still going to have job!”
The Huffington Post asks whether veterans Ramona Singer and LuAnn de Lesseps will be asked to take a pay cut from their $40,000 an episode salaries?
Here’s what we know at RumorFix.
Housewives fans don’t fret — we have learned exclusively from a source close to the production, RHONY has been green lit for season six.
Although the ratings for season five were down 26 percent in the 18-49 demo, it appears most — if not all of the women — will be invited back, but our sources say Bravo intends on adding a new cast member into the mix. Our sources are sworn to secrecy.
Bravo does not comment on casting decisions.