Although reports have surfaced that casting for The Real Housewives of Toronto is under way, Bravo boss Andy Cohen tells TVGuide.com it's not true. In fact, he says they're done with finding new cities for the series.
While the Canadian version of Housewives has not yet been green-lit, the Vancouver-based Lark Productions has apparently snagged a development deal with NBC Universal.
The two newest editions to the Housewives franchise, Miami and D.C., have been pulling in averages of 1 million and 1.5 million viewers, respectively.
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