No More Real Housewives After MiamiTracie Egan Morrissey3/17/11 5:00pmFiled to: reality bitesAndy cohen real housewivesandy cohenreal housewivesBravoFaye ResnickJoe giudicetweetFb20EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWhen asked about the possibility of adding more cities to the successful Real Housewives franchise, Bravo's Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development Andy Cohen told OK!, "I really feel like we're done," adding that Miami was most likely the last stop on the Housewives train, which is sure to disappoint some fans who'd been hoping that Dallas would be added to the roster. Also, according to Andy, it's very unlikely that any other housewives will be plucked from their respective shows to get their own spinoffs—like the network did with Bethenny Frankel—saying, "I think they're all good where they are." However, Bravo backtracked a bit when speaking to the NY Post, saying, "We just don't know. We haven't made any announcements yet, but we're definitely not ruling it out."AdvertisementIn other Housewives news, all of the original cast members of Beverly Hills are officially returning for a second season, which has reportedly already begun filming. What's more is that rumor has it that The Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick is being "seriously considered" to join the cast. Faye joined Kyle Richards and Taylor Armstrong for dinner at a steakhouse in West Hollywood Tuesday night, where Bravo cameras were supposedly filming.And last but not least, more details have been revealed about last month's bar brawl in the Dominican Republic that involved several members of The Real Housewives of New Jersey (where the entire cast and their families were being filmed vacationing). It turns out that Teresa's husband Joe Giudice along with Caroline's sons Albie and Chris Manzo were detained by police—and their passports seized—after a massive fight broke out in the bar of the Hard Rock in Punta Cana that involved Joe "beating on a guy" and smashing a glass over his head. No charges were pressed.