The Real Housewives of Vancouver will not return for third season
The cat-fighting and backstabbing has been put on hold. The Real Housewives of Vancouver will not be returning to Slice TV for a third season.
“After two successful seasons of The Real Housewives of Vancouver, Shaw Media will be putting production of a third season on hold while we sample new programming on Slice,” Barbara Williams, senior vice president of content for Shaw Media confirmed today (June 5). “Slice will remain the exclusive home of The Real Housewives franchise and it continues to be an important part of our schedule.”
The Real Housewives is a reality television series that follows affluent women in various cities across North America. The series began in 2006 with The Real Housewives of Orange County, and has since expanded to include shows set in New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, and Miami.
The Real Housewives of Vancouver is the first show to take place in Canada. The first season premiered in April 2012 and featured Jody Claman, Christina Kiesel, Ronnie Negus, Reiko MacKenzie, and Mary Zilba. Season 2, which aired in 2013, saw Claman, Negus, and Zilba return and Amanda Hansen, Robin Reichman, and Ioulia Reynolds added to the cast.