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Bravo considering canceling 'Real Housewives of N.J.' after Giudice indictment

For the sake of good television, we can only hope.

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For the sake of good television, we can only hope.



The legal woes of Real Housewives of N.J. star Teresa Giudice may cause some collateral damage, as Bravo reportedly is trying to do with the show. We can only hope they cancel it, because that would prove there's always a silver lining.

The New York Daily News says the network is considering canceling the show after Teresa and husband Joe face a list of 39 charges, including mail, wire and bank fraud and lying to the IRS. "Nobody wants to see their talent in this kind of a situation," a source tells the tabloid.

Considering that Teresa, who made $33,000 per episode was already pitching a spinoff to Bravo, this may come as a surprise. “They are not interested,” another source said. “Bravo only spins off happy situations — marriages, baby news. Not prison.” Especially up to 30 years of it.


[Last modified: Thursday, August 1, 2013 3:34pm]


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