Welcome back… maybe! The Real Housewives of Miami could be making a return. It is being reported that Bravo is “revisiting” the series and is in “preliminary conversations” to reboot the short-lived spin-off.
The show initially ran for three seasons, from 2011-2013, and included cast members Larsa Pippen, Lisa Hochstein, Lea Black and more.
Adding fuel to the reboot rumors, mega-producer Andy Cohen revealed on the "Everything Iconic" podcast late last year that he was trying to get NBC Universal — parent company of Bravo — to bring the show back for a new season for the streaming network Peacock.
“I have really been trying to get Peacock to pick up Miami,” he said. “I don’t know if I’m allowed to say this. I don’t know where we are with that. I have to say the fans of Miami are still very vocal, and so I’ve been an advocate for Peacock bringing back Miami.”
Potential Housewives newcomer Cevey has made headlines as of late due to her ongoing nasty legal battle with her on-again, off-again ex Collins. OK! previously reported, the pair originally divorced in 2008 but got back together in 2015, only to find themselves moving back into choppy waters. Most recently, after splitting in July 2020 over her secret affair with (and subsequent marriage to) Thomas Bates, Collins attempted to toss his estranged ex out of their Miami mansion.
Cevey hit Collins, 69, with some wild accusations in court, accusing the singer of being an impotent drunk, "increasingly addicted to antidepressants and painkillers" and "incapable of having sex." She also accused him of not being able to perform on stage as well as in the bedroom, saying he has collapsed in concert due to being too impaired to stand up.
She added a few more gory details about his personal hygiene, revealing he allegedly doesn't bathe or brush his teeth for months at a time.
Former RHOM star Pippen, 46, has also set the internet ablaze after news broke about her scandalous affair with married NBA star Malik Beasley. OK! reported that Larsa and Beasley were busted holding hands while in an airport in Miami. Immediately after photos emerged of the two, Beasley’s wife, Montana Yao, filed for divorce from the athlete.
Pippen swears Beasley was single at the time when they got together, but Yao has continuously dismissed her claims.
Pippen split from her ex-husband of almost 20 years, Scottie Pippen, in 2018 and shares four children with the retired basketball player: Scotty Jr., 20, Preston, 18, Justin, 15, and Sophia, 12.
Page Six was the first to report the news of the potential reboot of RHOM.