'The Real Housewives of D.C.' has been canceled
We know that Andy Cohen, Bravo senior vice president of original programming and development, recently said there would be no more new Real Housewives franchises, but he really meant it. After just one season, the D.C. installment has bitten the dust.
"The show just didn't do well and it wasn't worth airing another season," a source told RadarOnline. "The DC housewives were meant to be starting shooting their second season now and they haven’t heard a peep from Bravo. No one from the cast has been contacted yet and told that the show is cancelled."
The source says the network has learned the personalities are what made the shows, which focus on seven different cities, as successful as they've been. "After DC failed in the ratings and Miami just bombed, they realized they can't just start a show anywhere and it will succeed," the source said. They also realized that no matter what you do, Michaele Salahi will never live a life based in reality.
[Photo: Mary Amos, Salahi, Stacie Scott Turner, Cat Ommanney and Lynda Erkiletian are done for good. Getty Images]