As Bravo walks down reminiscence lane, the community has been displaying full seasons of exhibits like The Real Housewives of Miami. Fans are responding with enthusiasm questioning why the community canceled the present within the first place.
Bravo producer Andy Cohen just lately shared that he understands how viewers fell within the love with the present. He too has been binging on the collection and shared why the present solely had three seasons. He agrees that it was fantastically shot and that the ladies (and males) on the present matched the plush backdrop of magnificent Miami.
But he stated all of it got here right down to the numbers. Like most exhibits that find yourself on the chopping block, Cohen stated rankings trended downward. Plus even reunions and the tip of the season present a scarcity of viewership.
Ratings tumbled so Bravo pulled the plug
Cohen mused concerning the present from mattress and provided his ideas. “It looks like a well-lit telenovela,” he noticed. “The women are so beautiful. And the men and Miami. People ask me about Miami all the time and say will you ever bring it back?”
“The reason that we let it go was, I remember the ratings went down toward the end of the season,” he recalled. “Which never happens. Like it went down for the reunion, and if it’s going down toward the end that’s just never a good sign. But anyway, I hear your love all the time and really appreciate the show and the women.”
He is clearly into the present as he notes that Adriana de Moura has arrived throughout a scene he was watching. And she was going to trigger some s**t. “You know it,” he provides. “And mama Elsa got sick and dropped out so that was a big hit for the show, it was … it just ended.”
Lea Black doesn’t assume it was completely because of the rankings
Cohen shared in his e-book Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries that he knew the present was going to be canceled. “I knew the primary query [during a Q&A in Miami] was going to be when is The Real Housewives of Miami coming again, and I stated, ‘Never say never,’” Cohen wrote, US Weekly recounts. “But I could see from the women’s faces that they didn’t believe me and then I kind of didn’t believe me, but I was getting nostalgic for them.”
While he cites rankings, forged member Lea Black believes the cancellation was as a consequence of different components. “It wasn’t the ratings because the ratings were equal to many of the other shows on the air at the time so I don’t think it was the ratings,” she stated.
“The scheduling might have had something to do with it because they [Bravo] changed every week, it was on a different night or different times so that was a little confusing. For me, it was just a blip on my radar, it was four years, 30 episodes, three seasons out of my life. I met some interesting people, some of it was a bit of fun and I learned some hard lessons you know things you not only experienced in life, like people willing to do anything for attention.”