This show still hasn’t started filming despite the new schedule.
The suits, the really stupid suits want more “natural footage,”
Like the popup shop?
Please how far is production willing to go for this talentless bitch?
Whose vagina is she licking?
The network is in a frenzy.
They want something about the end of a tour.
They want more about things that people are actually doing.
Babies for example. Things they think are real.
It’s chaos and things have yet to be filmed.
And NBCu has threatened to stop all filming in this state.
Wouldn’t that jar your grandmothers preserves as we say down here.
If NBCu pulls out over hideous abortion laws, I might actually forgive them for all the misogyny.
But that will never happen, will it?
Allegedly, so the streets say.
Looks like filming will not start until June.
Real Housewives of Atlanta
OPEN POST: #RHOA Nene Leakes Says “Bye Forever”… (IS THIS THE END?)
Is this the END for Nene Leakes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta?
The “OG” housewife recently hit instagram with a cryptic post stating “happiness over everything” with the hashtag “bye forever”.
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Word on the curb is that Nene Leakes was in negotiations with her contract. It has been previously reported that the “housewife” had secured a 3 year deal to return to the popular reality show.- Source
Major studios rethink film and TV work in Georgia and other states over anti-abortion laws
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the streaming company will reconsider its “entire investment” in Georgia if the state implements a recently enacted law that bans abortion after a heartbeat is detected in an embryo.
Other media companies, including Walt Disney Co., NBCUniversal, WarnerMedia, Sony Pictures, CBS and Showtime have followed with similar statements about their film and TV production plans in states that pass so-called “heartbeat bills.”
In 2018, the film industry supported a total of more than 92,000 local jobs in Georgia and $2.7 billion in direct spending, according to state officials.
Among the Hollywood talent to ditch plans to film in Georgia after the abortion measure was adopted were “Handmaid’s Tale” director Reed Morano and actress Kristen Wiig.- Source