Southern Charm is a favorite among Bravo binge-ers. This is the time of the year where the cast usually starts filming but a new podcast that featured Shep Rose revealed that the southern royalty reality stars aren’t being followed by production right now.
The last season was met with mixed criticism. While many viewers loved to see Madison LeCroy give Shep a run for his money it was obvious that the presence of Thomas Ravenel made fans tune in week after week.
Unfortunately, the Ravenel is on bad terms with Bravo and even worse terms with his baby’s mama Kathryn Dennis. Executive producer and star Whitney Sudler-Smith also had no storyline other than denying that he’s had relations (again) with Kathryn.
While appearing on the Ross Bolen Podcast, Rose seemed unsure about the show’s future.
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‘I don’t know if we’re doing another season. But, we aren’t doing one now. If I had a gun to my head, I’d say they want us to do another season. The ratings, I think, are pretty good.’
Shep also revealed how he came to be a personality on the guilty pleasure program.
‘He was putting together a TV show with the help of some other people. We met and got along really famously. There sort of is, or was, a reputation of [having a] Honey Boo-Boo [vibe]. He wanted to show that the South is a little more sophisticated and there were some really interesting, colorful characters in the South. One thing leads to another and here we are sitting here talking about it. No one knew what it was going to be.’
He also commented on the disappearance of his podcast that he started early summer and then abandoned.
The entrepreneur claimed that he didn’t like the fact that he had to depend on other people to execute an entertaining episode. However, his clothing line, Shep Gear, is doing very well.