Get ready for more fireworks and F-bombs because all Bravo cast reunions will now be released “uncensored” on Peacock.
Andy Cohen made the announcement Friday in Las Vegas during an “Ask Andy” panel at BravoCon, a 3-day event where fans and Bravo celebs gather for live panels, interactive exhibits, and photo ops.
“Every reunion is going to be f–ing uncensored on Peacock!” Cohen said to applause.
— Bravo (@BravoTV) November 3, 2023
In a promo on social media, Bravo told viewers: “You asked… we answered.”
The decision to bring fans more spicy programming comes after Bravo recently tested out uncensored reunions of Below Deck Sailing Yacht, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Real Housewives of New York City, The Real Housewives of Orange County, and Vanderpump Rules.
Moving forward, uncensored reunions will stream on Peacock the day after cut-down versions air on Bravo.
RHOA fans already know, the explosive season 15 cast reunion aired in September and sparks flew.
The special showed Drew Sidora’s estranged husband Ralph Pittman arriving to discuss their breakup.
The two argued about what led to their dual divorce filings after nearly 9 years of marriage. Drew said Ralph had repeatedly embarrassed her by stepping out with other women. Ralph denied cheating and suggested Drew had been unfaithful.
Despite the obvious tension, Andy told the audience Drew and Ralph still live together in the same house.
“What are your rules about living under the same roof?” Andy asked.
Drew refused to answer and asked why Ralph was even at the reunion.
“First and foremost I’ve loved my wife with all my heart, and the reason why I’m here today is because actually I really want to make sure that my kids have the correct representation of who their father is,” Ralph said. “It’s a lot of things that Drew has said that are actually slanderous. It’s not right.”