Premium- Real Housewives of Orange County -'Real Housewives Of Miami' May Be Making A Comeback & 'RHOC' May Be Getting A Facelift
As the classic Will Smith song goes, "Welcome to Miami." Bravo is reportedly working on reviving Real Housewives of Miami, the Real Housewives franchise series that was unceremoniously canceled in 2013. And this sudden revival could hint at more major changes to the Real Housewives franchise as a whole.
The Real Housewives of Miami reboot has yet to be confirmed, but it's reportedly pretty far along in development. "Bravo is already in the full swing of interviewing potential cast mates to hire," a source told Entertainment Tonight. Bravo mastermind Andy Cohen hasn't commented on the rumors, but he has expressed interest in bringing Miami back for another round. "I have to say the fans of Miami are still very vocal, and so I've been an advocate for Peacock bringing back Miami," Cohen reportedly said during a November 2020 episode of Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino.
Peacock could be the perfect place to relaunch the Housewives spinoff. After all, NBC's streaming service has been slow to gain momentum with its original content — Saved By The Bell reboot excluded. A fresh dose of Miami Housewives could be just the thing to give Peacock originals a boost.
RHOM ran for three seasons total — a mere drop in the bucket compared to the franchise's other successful shows like Real Housewives of Orange County, which just wrapped Season 15. But, just as new Housewives are being cast in Miami, casting directors in southern California might also be on the lookout.