Leah McSweeney reveals more about Doomed season 13



RHONY cast.

Leah McSweeney tells what really happened in Season 13 of The Real Housewives of New York. Last year, the franchise was plagued by low ratings and even canceled its reunion.

During an interview with entertainment tonight which was released on April 5, McSweeney said the franchise’s final season was “doomed to fail” from the start.

“I think season 13 was doomed in a lot of ways,” McSweeney admitted to the outlet. “I’m ready, we all did our best. I’m sorry if people weren’t entertained, we had important conversations that we needed to have. There were five of us, nothing was open in New York City. My grandmother died and I didn’t want to film. I suffered from depression and anxiety. I literally had panic attacks the entire time [season].”

McSweeney also revealed that she believes some of the fans were “obnoxious” towards the cast last season.

“I was only in the Hamptons for three days,” McSweeney said. “It went on the show for four or five weeks. So I understand that at the end you’re like, ‘Leah, shut up and just go home to your grandmother.’ But the thing is, I was only there for a few days, it just seemed like a long time, but I think people were mean. People were mean to all of us and it was like you were either on one team or the other, but we all got shit and it was ugly. I think it showed the kind of state of mind that people in our country were in.”

McSweeney has been a cast member of The Real Housewives of New York since season 12.

In March 2022, Andy Cohen announced that RHONY would be getting a reboot

During a March 23rd Interview with Varietyy, Bravo host Andy Cohen announced that “The Real Housewives of New York” will be rebooted into two separate shows: one featuring the older, “original” cast members like Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps, and one featuring a brand new group of Women.

“Our loyal fans have spoken about what they want to see and what they don’t want to see — and we’ve taken all of that into account,” Cohen told the outlet. “And this is a series where you can expect to find fan favorites from the show’s great history.”

Cohen continued, “It’s organic, you know? she became in the life of the other, and they are in the life of the other.”

McSweeney praised the 13th season of Real Housewives of New York when it aired

In July 2021, when The Real Housewives of New York season 13 aired on Bravo, McSweeney hailed the show as one of the best franchises on television at the time.

“I’m still thinking about all of that [Real Housewives] Franchises that are airing right now, our show is still the most damn interesting dynamic,” McSweeney said during a July 22 episode of Betches Mention Everything Podcast.. “Yes, I said it, I’m not giving up. I’m sorry we don’t have a huge scandal, no one robbed anyone… We talk hard s*** and when everyone says ‘I want an escape, I want an escape’ then just turn around [the show] off and leave us the fuck alone.”

CONTINUE READING: Carole Radziwill draws a new RHONY restart

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