‘Real Housewives of New York City’ Season 14 cast declared at BravoCon: Meet the seven new ‘Housewives’

‘Real Housewives of New York City’ Season 14 cast declared at BravoCon: Meet the seven new ‘Housewives’

The “Real Housewives of New York City” reboot is formally coming soon.

Andy Cohen at last uncovered the all-new — and various — cast for Season 14 of the long-running series at BravoCon 2022 on Sunday.

Bravo is presenting seven “Housewives” to the franchise: creative director Sai De Silva, model and philanthropist Ubah Hassan, home renovation master Erin Dana Lichy, former J. Crew president Jenna Lyons, influencer Lizzy Savetsky, fashion publicist and brand consultant Jessel Taank, and brand marketing and communications professional Brynn Whitfield.

Production starts this fall, and the season premieres in 2023.

The network first declared it was rebooting “RHONY” in March — as well as launching a “Legacy” version of the show highlighting Big Apple-based alums from its original run.

“You know that we’re at a crossroads for ‘RHONY,’” Cohen, the executive producer, said at the time, referencing controversial storylines involving Ramona Singer and other longtime cast members.

“We’ve spent a lot of time figuring out where to go. And the plan that we’ve come up with, I think, is a real gift to the fans,” he continued.

Cohen additionally noticed the two shows will “take into account everything that our passionate audience has really been telling us over the last year,” which saw “RHONY” ratings drop and the cancellation of the Season 13 reunion.

Casting was well in progress by August when Page Six solely detailed that Savetsky had joined the reboot.

Cohen, 54, shared one more update on the future of “RHONY” as BravoCon started off on Friday, telling Page Six exclusively that the reboot was taking need over “Legacy.”

“I hope that [fans are] happy with both. That’s all I can say. The truth of the matter is we have not spoken to any of our classic ‘RHONY’ women about ‘Legacy’ yet,” the “Watch What Happens Live” host told us.

“We really were waiting to get the ‘RHONY’ reboot right, and we really wanted to tell new stories, and we wanted to capture the energy in New York City, and I’m really happy with where we’re at.”

Cohen likewise made the surprising disclosure that the show will be “representative of the city” and occur beyond the affluent Upper East Side neighborhood.

“It’s all over the city, and it’s aspirational,” he explained. “I think it’s legit. We’re definitely expanding beyond the the Upper East Side with these women.”

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