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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills faced an uncertain future after the tragic passing of Russell Armstrong. Questions arose about the content of their soon-to-launch second season and how much that factored in to Armstrong's suicide. Bravo has now revealed their plans.
Frances Berwick, President of Bravo Media tells ETonline, "Given that these episodes were filmed months ago, the producers of the show taped a brief interview this week with several of the cast members to introduce the premiere. Re-editing of the episodes is still underway."
As for the September 5 season premiere, Berwick adds that it will proceed as planned.
Berwick added, "Bravo has partnered with the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC) to raise awareness about suicide prevention. The network will air various PSAs during The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We will also provide additional information and resources on Bravotv.com, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline."