MTV News has officially confirmed that “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” season seven finale will be airing as part of its new season in 2019.
It’s going to be titled “The Most Important Season of My Life,” and will feature the return of Ashley Benson and Kandi Burruss, along with their new boyfriend, Chris Maragos.
It is the most anticipated reunion in years, and we can’t wait for it to begin.
The series, which premiered in 2016, was followed by a two-season arc that featured the reunion of former cast members Candace Cameron Bure and Heather Dubrow.
“The most important season of my life” is going to see a return to the original cast of RHONY, along the line of the season three reunion, which saw former cast member Kristin Chenoweth and former showrunner Steve Higgins return to their old pal Bravo.
In 2018, Bravo announced it was reviving the show with a new season of new episodes to air on its digital platforms and digital streaming platforms, with the first three episodes to be filmed and aired this summer.
The show, which has been renewed for a fifth season, will return to Bravo as a spinoff of Bravo’s “The View,” which will air exclusively on Bravo’s VH1 cable network.
“RHONY” returns for its sixth season on April 23.
The cast and crew have been busy, though, and the cast of “The Ringer” are busy making plans to film a new episode.
“Ringer” host Marc Maron revealed that he’s working on an episode of “RHONJ” that will be a “major milestone” for the show.
Maron added that the episode is a part of the show’s larger strategy to be “more creative.”
“It’s definitely a huge milestone for ‘The Ringers,’ which is always about pushing ourselves to be more creative and trying to be funnier,” he told fans.
Marons “Ringers” co-hosts J.D. Payne and Michael Che say they’re working on a comedy special with producer Brian Grazer.
“We have a few ideas for what we’re going to do,” Payne told MTV News.
“It will be really good and it will be totally different from the show that we’ve been doing, but we’re excited.”
Payne said that he and Che have had discussions about what they want to do next.
“Brian Grazers idea was a little more ambitious,” he said.
“His idea was to take the characters, take the world, take them out of the reality of the world and make them the fictional world that you see them in and make that a reality.
He’s really excited about the idea.
It really is going great.”
Payne added that they’re also going to have to take some time off.
“If you watch ‘Ringer,’ there’s a lot of laughs in there, but I have to make sure we’re in time for a break,” he added.
“I have to do something in my life that I really enjoy, and I think this is one of those things.”
Che said the episode will be filmed in Vancouver.
“They’re gonna shoot a lot and we’ll be in a big, dark, dirty studio,” Che said.
Payne added, “I’ve been thinking about doing some comedy shows.
I’ve been looking for a place to do them, and now that we have ‘The Real Houseswives of NYC’ episode, it’s really exciting to be able to do a lot more stuff.”
Payne and Che will also be appearing on “Inside Amy Schumer,” which has a new cast and creators, along at comedy writer-producer Amy Schumer and producer Judd Apatow.
“Inside Schumer” will air on Comedy Central in 2019 and is currently available on Netflix.
“Amy Schumer” Season 4 will premiere in 2018.
The latest season of “Inside” will feature all of the cast from the first two seasons.
“Kirsten Chenowths’ “The Truth About Love” will also premiere in 2019, along as “The Show” and “Louie” seasons 1 and 2.
The second season of The Show will be titled, “LouIE.”
“The Comedy Bang! “
Lou” Season 2 will premiere on Netflix in 2019 along with the upcoming season of the popular “Louder with Crowder.”
“The Comedy Bang!
Podcast” will premiere the new season on September 12, 2019.
“Comedy Bang!,” a weekly podcast from the creators of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” will be on MTV on September 11.
“Cars Getting Coffee” is a series that brings comedians together for weekly podcast episodes.
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