Southern Charm is a favorite among Bravo binge-ers. This is the time of year in which the cast usually starts filming, but a new podcast with Shep Rose revealed that Southern royalty reality stars are not currently being followed by production.
The past season received mixed criticism. Although many viewers thought it was great to let Madison LeCroy Shep run for his money, it was clear that the presence of Thomas Ravenel had fans tuning in week after week.
Unfortunately, the Ravenel is under poor conditions with Bravo and even worse conditions with his baby’s mom Kathryn Dennis. Executive producer and star Whitney Sudler-Smith also had no storyline, except to deny that he had (re) relationships with Kathryn.
When he appeared on the Ross Bolen Podcast, Rose seemed uncertain about the future of the show.
“I don’t know if we’ll do another season. But we don’t do it now. If I had a gun to my head, I’d say they want us to do another season. I think the reviews are pretty good. ”
Shep also revealed how he became a personality in the guilty pleasure program.
“He was busy putting together a TV program with the help of other people. We met very famously. There is a kind of, or was, a reputation from [having a] Honey Boo-Boo [vibe]. He wanted to show that the south is a little more sophisticated and that there were some really interesting, colorful characters in the south. From one comes the other and here we are talking about it. Nobody knew what it would be. ”
He also commented on the disappearance of his podcast that he started in the early summer and then stopped.
The entrepreneur claimed he didn’t like being dependent. from other people to perform an entertaining episode. His clothing line, Shep Gear, is doing very well.