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Topic - Frances Berwick
Reality TV's life lessons tend to be at least as synthetic as the shows themselves.
The Bravo network said Wednesday it is going ahead with the Labor Day season premiere of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" despite the suicide of a cast member's husband.
"Survivor: All-Stars" contestant Rupert Boneham may run for governor of Indiana, according to the Associated Press.
Bravo plans to re-edit "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after the death this week of the husband of one of the housewives.
Other than touching on the friends' shared roots, the show is "absolutely apolitical," said Bravo executive Frances Berwick.
The intent is to create a "portrait of how this particular group of friends lives" and to do it in an entertaining, sometimes even comedic way, she said.