After a cast shakeup on “Real Housewives of New York City,” Bravo is reportedly looking for new cast members for another one of its "Real Housewives” editions, The Huffington Post reports.
According to an interview with Camille Grammer, the cable net is working on a lineup change for "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” However, unlike the “blindsiding” strategy Bravo employed in tweaking the “New York City” cast, this time around the network is warning current cast members that change is in the air.
"I had a good year so I would want to go back for a third season. But they haven’t asked me yet, so I wonder what’s going on with that," Grammer said. "They told me they were going to start looking so it wasn’t behind my back. They were like, ‘Sorry, we are doing a big casting call.’ I was like, ‘Thanks.’"
Grammer blames a dip in viewership on the show’s handling of the suicide of Taylor Armstrong’s husband, Russell Armstrong. "When you watch the scenes between Taylor and Russell, it is uncomfortable," Grammer said. "I think some of the viewers feel that way. I’m glad that some of our viewers are coming back around and joining the season and our viewership is up."