For well over a decade, the ‘Real Housewives’ franchise has dominated and arguably defined the reality TV landscape.
Whether it’s the sassy peaches of Atlanta or the fiery femmes of New Jersey or the etiquette-obsessed ladies of Potoamc, each branch of the ‘Housewives’ brand has proven to be must-see TV in its own right.
Now, it looks like fans are in for a supersized treat.
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According to PEOPLE, a crossover series is in the works at Peacock streaming service – which is owned and operated by Bravo’s parent company NBC Universal.
It will reportedly see several women from various cities living together under one roof for a period of time.
The news comes on the heels of VH1’s ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ premiering a similar themed concept with their “Family Reunion” spin-off, which featured stars from different shows.
There’s no word yet which Housewives will be in the mix for Peacock’s project. But we know who we’d love to see interact:
Porsha Williams, Karen Huger, Kenya Moore, Jen Shah, Teresa Giudice, Candiace Dillard, and Gizelle Bryant.
At the same time, the format lends itself to so many configurations and iterations too because it could be an awesome avenue to incorporate Housewives alumni. Be that as a reintroduction ahead of a return to their main shows or simply in a standalone capacity. Names that immediately come to mind include RHOA’s Phaedra Parks and Sheree Whitfield, as well as RHOP’s Monique Samuels and Katie Frost.
Enough from us, though. Who would you like to see in the mix?