Andy Cohen dishes to Us Weekly about what the future might hold for Real Housewives of New Jersey now that Teresa Giudice is behind bars Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

Is there life after Tre for RHONJ? With Teresa Giudice in prison for the next several months, fans of the reality TV franchise have been left wondering if, in fact, the show will — or even can — go on.

Us Weekly caught up with Bravo exec Andy Cohen on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the 12th Annual Woman's Day Red Dress Awards, where he shared his thoughts on the fate of the series with, or possibly without, its most infamous table-flipper.

"I can't imagine not filming The Real Housewives of New Jersey," the Watch What Happens Live host told Us. "It's a big franchise for Bravo, and I think whatever we do, we're going to do it the right way, so we're still figuring that out right now."

Asked whether there might be a way to still include Giudice while she's behind bars, the network bigwig replied, "I don't know the specifics of what they allow, but I can't see them allowing [us to film people visiting her in prison]."

Cohen isn't ruling out other scenarios, though, and he's certainly not giving up on the show. "Anything is possible," he teased. "There's a lot of people in New Jersey."

Among them? Teresa's husband Joe Giudice and their four daughters, Gia, Milania, Audriana, and Gabriella

Gia, for one, has her mom's knack for the spotlight, and is attempting to make a name for herself in the music biz. But if that doesn't work out, might she someday have a future as a Real Housewife?

"Maybe!" Cohen quipped of the 13-year-old. "Anything is possible."