Andy Cohen Shares Major 'Housewives' Updates on 'RHOBH,' 'RHOA,' 'RHONY,' 'RHOSLC' and More! (Exclusive)

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If there's one thing getting Bravo fans through quarantine, it's the Real Housewives.

ET's Nischelle Turner video chatted with the king of Bravo, Bravo, f**king Bravo, Andy Cohen, to get updates on all the Housewives cities -- from how far The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers are from seeing the Denise Richards-Brandi Glanville drama play out, to what’s going on with Dorinda Medley on The Real Housewives of New York City, if NeNe Leakes will even appear on part three of The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s virtual reunion and how production on the remaining shows in the franchise -- Potomac, Orange County, Dallas, New Jersey and newbie Salt Lake City -- have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Five episodes down, 15 or more to go! Andy tells ET that this season of RHOBH might be its most supersized yet, which means some drama may take longer to get to the screen than expected. For example, the Brandi Glanville of it all. Last winter, Brandi -- a former full-time Housewife -- began filming in a limited capacity. Then, reports surfaced that she and Denise Richards were involved in some sort of affair, rumors Brandi has played coy about and Denise has vehemently denied.

"[Brandi] makes her first appearance at episode 10," Andy teases, adding that everything "plays when it is relevant to play," including the much-hyped "Bravo, Bravo, f**king Bravo" moment. As seen in the season premiere's look ahead, Denise shouted that now-iconic phrase at the cameras in order to break the fourth wall, something she thought would make the footage unusable. The dinner in which she pulled the move already aired, but the moment was omitted. Expect it in a flashback down the line.

Denise Richards and her 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' co-stars.
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"I think what's great about the show this season is, I know that a lot of [Lisa Vanderpump's] fans didn't like it that -- they felt like she was kind of the focus of a lot of drama that they didn't want her to be involved in," Andy shares of season 10. "So, I think it's great that the women were able to move in their own directions and they're certainly a group of MVPs, and there's a lot going on this season without Lisa and, you know, it's great. It's a whole energized show and people are really loving it and the ratings are up."

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Wednesdays on Bravo at a new time, 9 p.m. ET/PT.