RHOBH: The show is on a summer break until July 9

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF Beverly Hills, Sutton Stracke, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna (Photo by: Kathy Boos/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF Beverly Hills, Sutton Stracke, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna (Photo by: Kathy Boos/Bravo) /

Just when things started getting crazy, RHOBH will be off the air for the next month for a summer break and will be back in July.

RHOBH has been bringing in viewers with all of the drama involving Denise Richards and Kyle Richards, but the show is on hiatus until July 9, according to Bravos’s Australian counterpart, Arena TV.  The channel shared a post on their social media accounts noting that both the Australian channel and Bravo in the US would show the next episode on July 9 – a month from now.

At the start of the season, Andy Cohen mentioned that they had not completed the editing of the series due to everyone working from home.  This caused a delay for many shows, but they went ahead with the episodes they had.  There is usually a bit of a summer break for shows airing between June and August, but it usually only lasts two weeks.

A lot of shows abruptly ended filming due to COVID-19, so it isn’t clear if they are low on footage to use as well.  There seemed to be a ton of drama revolving around the dinner with Denise, but they might need to stretch out the rest of it.

This does mean the season will be extended and that gives us a better chance for an in-person reunion over a virtual one.  Filming has resumed for many series and the women are slowly getting back to a normal filming schedule.  All of the wives have been showing their virtual interview skills on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen but it would be nice to see them back on the couches in full glam (if it is safe to do so).

Instead of a regular episode this week, they are filling the time slow with a “Watch with Garcelle and Dorit” episode with commentary from Garcelle Beauvais and Dorit Kemsley.

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You can watch what is still to come this season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, including Brandi Glanville making a much-anticipated appearance to blow up Denise’s spot.

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be back on July 9.