The Rumored New Series That Has Real Housewives Fans Buzzing

Real Housewives fans can't contain themselves – this really is a dream come true! Already dubbed by Page Six as "Real Housewives meets The Real World," The Jasmine Brand first reported a rumored Peacock series will bring Housewives from across various Bravo franchises under one roof for the ultimate reality TV drama. 

From Teresa Giudice and Jackie Goldscheider butting heads on Real Housewives of New Jersey to the very chilly reunion of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the ladies behind the hit Bravo Housewives franchise can masterfully capture audiences. Fans are even rewatching past favorite Housewives seasons during the pandemic! And what better way to prepare for the changes in the Housewives universe? 

While both The Real Housewives of New York and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have gone through major cast shake-ups, some stars' private lives are getting more complicated offscreen. In just two examples, RHOBH fan favorite Erika Girardi is suffering legal woes, and RHONJ star Margaret Josephs has a cheating scandal. Now, select Housewives from different cities will be airing their dirty laundry and biggest beefs in a new spinoff series. What do we know so far about your new favorite reality TV addiction? Keep scrolling to find out! 

The rumored Real Housewives 'mash-up' will combine multiple franchises

While there hasn't been an official announcement yet, former TMZ reporter Anthony Dominic is boasting an inside scoop. Dominic tweeted on Feb. 24, 2021 that the "spin-off" will feature four franchises: New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Atlanta, and New York. "They are taking two women from each franchise," Dominic wrote, calling out a potential cast of RHONY's Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan, RHONJ's sister-in-laws Melissa Gorga and Teresa GiudiceRHOBH's Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards, and RHOA's Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey. 

"I'm told more than half of this list has signed on," Dominic revealed, adding, "The spinoff will likely film for 1 week in April. The location will be Mexico or somewhere tropical. Potomac not expected due to filming overlap." 

Page Six additionally reported that this "untitled project" is expected to launch on NBC's streaming platform Peacock, like the reboot of Real Housewives of MiamiEven People confirmed that the "Real Housewives mashup show" will feature "several women from various cities living together under one roof." 

It's safe to say that even Summer House (and now Winter House) fans will rejoice in this ingenious Real Housewives spinoff idea!