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‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ is coming back for a second season

Executive producer Andy Cohen confirmed the show’s return on Tuesday

Bravo announced new drive-in events for the premiere of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.’
Bravo has announced a second season of ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.’
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“The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” is coming back for a second season.

In Tuesday’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” Andy Cohen, the show’s host who also serves as an executive producer on “RHOSLC,” shared that the Salt Lake story is far from over, UPI reports.

The reveal came during a segment of Coen’s talk show called the “After Show,” where he and a panel of guests discuss and react to recent reality TV news.

When Cohen asked his guests which reality TV shows they were most looking forward to in 2021, podcaster Danny Pellegrino shared how much he’s enjoyed season 1 of “RHOSLC” as well as his hopes for a potential second season.

“I’m really hoping they come back for a season 2 because I’m loving season 1, and I feel like season 2 could just (blow) it out of the water,” he said according to People.

Cohen’s response to Pellegrino’s remark was brief and clear. “Oh, they’re coming back for a season 2,” he said. The host’s statement drew cheers from the panel of guests as well as the show’s virtual audience, People reports.

The first season of “RHOSLC,” which premiered in November 2020, introduced fans to the housewives of Salt Lake City’s elite circle: Lisa Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose and  Jen Shah. According to People, the show has featured high drama from the get-go and tension within the group has been steadily rising since episode 1.

According to People, season 1 of “RHOSLC” has three episodes left and is scheduled to conclude on Feb. 3. There is currently no clear timetable for when production will begin for the show’s second season.

“RHOSLC” earns its TV-14 rating with “a lot of alcohol, a ton of sex talk and some mature language,” as previously reported on the Deseret News. The show airs Wednesday nights on Bravo TV.