One of the most of talked about Real Housewives events is the upcoming Season 13 New York franchise reunion. And it’s largely because the show featured its first black castmember, former Fox News on air personality Eboni K. Williams. She was on during COVID and last summer’s George Floyd protests, so naturally things were going to be interesting. It was even speculated Ramona Singer was going to try to opt out out of fear that Williams was going to try to call her a racist out of her combative take on racial issues.
Well now they don’t have to worry about discussing any of it because now a Bravo spokesperson has told Page Six that there won’t be a reunion because *gasp* scheduling conflicts won’t allow it. “Due to scheduling challenges around taping the reunion of ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’ in a timely manner, Bravo confirmed there will not be a reunion for this season.”
“It’s disappointing to not be able to bring the cast back together, but we are happy to have ended on such a high note with the finale, and are now shifting our focus to next season.”
As for how the women of the show took it, “They reluctantly understood,” the source stated. “It would just be so long since the finale,” the source continued. “[It] makes no sense to have a reunion 2 months later so they understand that part, but they are disappointed.”
Now this is an interesting excuse. It isn’t one that we buy but apparently one we have to accept until we hear otherwise. It just seems very convenient. We’d like to know who are the cast members that are the most difficult regarding their schedules.