Is Bravo gearing up to launch a new Real Housewives franchise? After Jana Kramer sparked speculation that she was filming The Real Housewives of Nashville, a source exclusively told Us Weekly that while cameras were rolling, there is no official order for a reality show — yet.
“There is a Housewives-style show filming in Nashville, that includes [Luke Bryan’s wife] Caroline Boyer and Jana Kramer on the cast,” the source tells Us. “It is still being shopped around and has not been picked up yet.”
The 37-year-old One Tree Hill alum teased fans with a new project on Friday, April 9, via Instagram.
“About today….any guesses?!” Kramer wrote alongside a photo of her and son Jace, 2, seemingly in confessional chairs. The actress later posted videos of a crew at her and husband Mike Caussin’s home. The couple are also parents of 5-year-old daughter Jolie.
Kramer previously told Us exclusively that she auditioned for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to be a “friend” of Teddi Mellencamp in 2020 but didn’t get the gig as the accountability coach left the series.
Boyer, for her part, has been married to Bryan since 2006. The couple share sons Thomas, 13, And Tatum, 10. When the “Country Girl” singer’s sister, Kelly Bryan, and brother-in-law, Ben Lee Cheshire, died, he took their three children into his own family.
“Filming … something … stay tuned,” Chuck wrote alongside a video of Kasi via Instagram Stories.
Alexis Allen (Jimmie Allen’s wife), Sabina Rich (Tyler Rich’s wife), and Jenna Perdue (Dee Jay Silver’s wife) also shared snaps filming a show, per reports.
Jason’s wife, Brittany Aldean, meanwhile, denied any involvement on Monday, April 12.
“I’ve read a lot of things about myself over all these years. One being that I am a conspiracy theorist. Another being that me and Jason have marital issues and now, apparently, I’m on The Real Housewives of Nashville,” Brittany, who married Jason in 2015, said via Instagram Stories. “Apparently, it’s new. It was apparently filming going on that I am unaware of. Fake news strikes again.”
She added, “It would be entertaining thoooo.”
The Real Housewives franchise launched in 2006 with The Real Housewives of Orange County and has since expanded to include The Real Housewives of New York City, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, RHOBH, The Real Housewives of Potomac and The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.
The Real Housewives of D.C., meanwhile, aired for one season in 2010. While The Real Housewives of Miami was canceled after three seasons in 2013, NBC’s streaming service, Peacock, is set to start production on a fourth season this year. Peacock is also gearing up for A Real Housewives mashup series.Listen to Getting Real with the Housewives, your one-stop destination for Housewives news and exclusive interviews
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