Tea in the streets is that the girlies on The Real Housewives of Johannesburg might be making their way back to the telly. That’s more cheques for the famed frenemies, and more entertainment for us. It is not clear at this point whether the season in question is “the lost season“, or an entirely different one.
Earlier this year, avid fans of RHOJ were scandalised to find out that the third season would not longer be premiering as scheduled. The show’s cancellation came after a highly publicised, alleged physical scuffle between cast members Christall Kay and newest addition Gugu Khathi found its way to the papers.
And while the drama played out off-screen in the media, the negative publicity led to the season being discontinued. M-Net confirmed in April that the 1Magic show had been shelved “due to unforeseen circumstances experienced during the production of the show”.
Kay had alleged at the time that DJ Tira’s wife, Gugu Khathi, had assaulted her outside a nightclub in Pretoria back in March.
M-Net is yet to make any further announcement on the show’s fate, but word is the ladies might finally make their way back.
This comes as Showmax has confirmed the second season of the The Real Housewives of Durban, which is slated to land on the platform in early 2022. The Real Housewives of Lagos have are also very much a thing.
Avid fans of the popular series were