Put on pause.
Andy Cohen revealed that the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will be on hold for a “minute.”
“Beverly Hills, we’re taking a minute break,” the Bravo head honcho told E! News earlier this week, adding, “and then we’ll be back shooting with them in the new year.”
Cohen, 54, did not go into detail as to why the LA-based reality show is not following their usual programming schedule.
He also did not comment on which “Housewives” may be back for the next season.
The most recent stint of “RHOBH” featured Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Sutton Stracke, Diana Jenkins, and Kathy Hilton as a “friend of” the cast.
However, following some drama during a cast trip to Aspen in Season 12, Hilton, 63, warned Bravo that she may not return if Rinna, 59, and Jayne, 51, were asked back.
“I had said that I would only be willing to come back if the cast [changed],” the fan favorite told TMZ in October.
“If it was completely the same, absolutely not,” she continued. “Because I feel they are two bullies that intimidate a lot of the other girls.”
While Bravo works out its casting issues with “RHOBH,” Cohen shared which franchises are currently filming.
“We are shooting the new ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ that I’m excited about and then we’ll get ‘Legacy’ going,” the executive producer teased to E! News, while remaining tight-lipped about further details.
Cohen also noted that the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” — which is airing right now — is “in the middle of a gangbuster season.”
He said Season 3 will wrap in early 2023 — much like the “Real Housewives of Potomac,” which he said is also having a “fantastic season.”
Cohen concluded by sharing that fans can expect “lots more ‘Ultimate Girls Trips’” in the new year, which will return to Peacock for a third season.