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Bravo: The potential return of The Real Housewives of Miami

Marysol Patton,Alexia Echevarria,Adriana De Moura,Joanna Krupa and Lea Black - The Real Housewives of Miami (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images)
Marysol Patton,Alexia Echevarria,Adriana De Moura,Joanna Krupa and Lea Black - The Real Housewives of Miami (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images) /
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The Real Housewives of Miami was a quintessential part of Bravo’s early Real Housewives franchises but it ended after only three seasons.  From 2011 to 2013, Lea Black, Adriana de Moura, Alexia Echevarria, and Marysol Patton made up the main cast through all three seasons, wich some additions by Larsa Pippen, Cristy Rice, Lisa Hochstein, Joanna Krupa, Ana Quincoces, and Karent Sierra sprinkled in.  Recently the idea has been tossed around by Andy Cohen to bring it back, and it might be the perfect time!

Back in November, Andy Cohen was on Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino and spilled that he was trying to get the streaming service Peacock on board with bringing the original RHOM back.  “I’ve been an advocate for Peacock bringing back Miami.”  Andy claimed the lack of Marysol Patton’s mother, Mama Elsa, contributed to low ratings that ended up getting it canceled.  

Though most of the ladies have moved on from the Miami scene, there are still plenty of options for new cast members in the area.  Lisa and her husband, Dr. Hochstein, are still major players in Miami as he is a plastic surgeon in the area.  In fact, the two were recently in the news for hosting a maskless party with a guest list including Post Malone, Scott Disick, and Tyga, according to The Daily Mail.  

Joanna and Lea both said no to returning to the series recently when it was brought up.  Joanna is a new mom that lives in California now, and Lea probably didn’t love the negative attention that was associated with a Bravo television show.  Larsa is too busy getting plastic surgery to look like her ex-best friend, Kim Kardashian.

Andy Cohen is pushing the idea of bringing back The Real Housewives of Miami

When the idea first came about earlier this month, Phil Collins’ ex, Orianne Cevey, could be in the running for a spot on the show.  She has apparently been in a long legal battle with him over some Miami property and might be a good fit.  The house recently sold for $29 million after he got it back from her.  Of course, there is no shortage of women in Miami that would be perfect for an entirely new cast of such a series revamp.

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We know Andy has a lot of influence about what shows come and go, but the new streaming services have a lot of influence too.  It would be awesome to see some of the old franchises like The Real Housewives of Miami make a return to Peacock or Bravo.  Fingers crossed!

Stay tuned for more news about The Real Housewives of Miami!