Andy Cohen was questioned about the upcoming release of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” trailer during an episode of his late-night talk show, “Watch What Happens Live” last week.
On the April 8 episode of the series’ “After Show,” a viewer wanted to know when she and the rest of the world would be graced with the highly anticipated teaser clip for the long-running Bravo reality show’s 11th season.
In response, Cohen told the fan it would be released “pretty soon.”
Andy Cohen Gets Constant Questions About ‘RHOBH’ Season 11
After telling the curious caller that the upcoming 11th season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” was going to be “really great” and that “everybody’s going to love it,” he admitted to getting constant questions about when the trailer will be shared.
“I wake up every morning and people are like, ‘The Beverly Hills trailer today? The Beverly Hills trailer today?’” he revealed.
Although Cohen understands the interest people have in the new episodes, he believes they’ll quickly be onto the next thing once the trailer is released.
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“Then we release the trailer and then the next day, they’ll be like, ‘The Potomac trailer today? The Potomac trailer today?’” he continued. “It’s like, there are three Housewives on the air right now. We just dropped the New York trailer, which everyone was dying for. So give peace a chance, people.”
As “Real Housewives” fans likely saw, the “Real Housewives of New York City” trailer was released last month, ahead of the series’ upcoming 13th season premiere, and in it were not one, but two new wives, Eboni K. Williams and Bershan Shaw.
Andy Cohen Doesn’t Decide When Trailers Are Released
Because Cohen was the creator of the “Real Housewives” franchise, fans tend to go to him when they want something related to the show. However, as he shared on the “After Show” for “Watch What Happens Live,” he has no control over when the trailers for each of the shows are shared.
“Let us do our work and the trailers will come out and it’s okay. People get very mad at me. I don’t decide when the trailers come out.,” he confirmed.
“There’s a beautiful bounty happening. We have Atlanta, Dallas, and Jersey on right now. It’s beautiful. And then the flowers will bloom and soon, Beverly Hills and New York [will come out],” Cohen continued.
Although a premiere date for the upcoming 11th season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has yet to be released, it is believed that the new episodes will begin airing on Bravo sometime later this spring or in early summer.
The new season will feature new cast member Crystal Kung Minkoff.