It’s official: Bravo has pulled the plug on “The Real Housewives of D.C.” — the first time in “Housewives” history that an iteration of the reality franchise has not moved forward for a second season, reports the TV Column’s Lisa de Moraes.
De Moraes chronicles the rise and fall of the D.C. housewives and answers the all important question: Is this the end of the road for Cat, Lynda, Mary, Stacie and Michaele?
In a word: No.
According to an e-mail exchange between TV Column staff and Bravo’s Andy Cohen, Cat Ommanney is slated for the network’s April 28 “Watch What Happens Live Royal Wedding Spectacular.”
Read the full story on the TV Column.
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