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Bravo Denies ‘RHOA’ Reboot Reports: “Nothing Official Has Been Decided”

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Bravo is denying reports RHOA is heading for a reboot after Season 15.

Earlier today, Love B. Scott reported that The Real Housewives of Atlanta was heading for a reboot after a “disastrous” season, according to their production sources.

Here’s what the report stated:

“A source close to production tells us that Bravo is beyond thrilled with the reception of the recently rebooted Real Housewives of New York, so they’re fully onboard with production’s decision to recast RHOA. The network is also very pleased with the upcoming seasons of The Real Housewives of Potomac and Married to Medicine.

Casting for fresh new peaches is already underway. We’re told production has been quietly reaching out to managers and agents looking for new girls. There’s no interest in bringing back any old faces either — not Porsha Guobadia nor Kim Zolciak.

Now, insiders are suggesting that any reports of a RHOA reboot are premature.

Bravo denies RHOA reboot reports

“Nothing official has been decided,” a source told Page Six, blaming the reports on “fan feedback” that has suggested some viewers would like to see a change ahead of Season 16. While the network is reportedly casting new women (as they always do towards the end of a season), Page Six is also reporting that they haven’t been able to find reboot-worthy women.

“They haven’t found any famous people of note that want to be on the reboot, and if they can’t find any famous people that want to be on the show, then they can’t reboot the entire show,” said the source.

A separate, second source also denied the reboot rumours to Entertainment Tonight: “A second source, however, tells ET no decisions have been made and likely won’t be made until after the reunion airs,” reports the entertainment outlet. 

While many news outlets are crediting Love B. Scott with the reboot news, we exclusively shared on the August 18th episode of the TV Deets Podcast that Bravo was considering a RHONY-style reboot for The Real Housewives of Atlanta and we’ll just say that it’s interesting this story surfaced again today.

Part 1 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 15 reunion airs next Sunday, September 3 at 8|7c on Bravo.

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