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Brielle Biermann Says She'd Be "Very Sad" if Bravo's 'Don't Be Tardy' Ended



The Bravo series Don't Be Tardy is back for an all-new season!

Kim Zolciak-Biermann and her family decided to ditch their lavish mansion outside of Atlanta and hit the road in an RV. The family (Kim, Kroy, and their six kids) took a cross-country road trip over five weeks while cameras rolled. 

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"You can't help but have anxiety," Kim said in a clip about living in a small house on wheels. "I'm extremely claustrophobic. Like, the thought of being in the RV and the door not opening stresses me out. What if we're, like, driving down the highway and the RV breaks down? Nightmare.”

Another nightmare the Bravo stars may have to face in the future... being canceled. 

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Is 'Don't Be Tardy' being canceled?

Unfortunately, there comes a time when our favorite television shows eventually go off the air. The reality TV series starring the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star initially premiered in 2012. After a long hiatus, fans wondered if Don't Be Tardy was ending soon. The Season 8 premiere date was supposed to be in July; however the production schedule was pushed back due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic (also known as COVID-19).

“They called and told me that it was it’s not going to air until October because nobody’s been able to film and they don’t have the new content,” the reality star told Heavy. “They don’t have anything to put on the air, basically. They usually have a schedule of, ‘we film this, it goes on air then,’ but that’s kind of all been turned upside down.”

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While new episodes continue to air, Bravo has not yet publicly renewed the show for Season 9. 

But, Kim's not looking to end her reality television career anytime soon. 

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Kim Zolciak-Biermann does not want to quit reality TV.

Though the Kardashian clan announced that Season 20 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians will be their last, the Bravo star is not looking to follow in the famous family's footsteps.

"They have a lot more money than I do," Kim jokes to Entertainment Tonight about the Kardashians deciding to end their long-running stint on reality TV. 

"We had this conversation the other day," daughter Brielle Biermann explained to the outlet. "I said, if we get to season 10, I think that would be really cool to say we've done 10. But if not, or whatever the case may be, I think we're all OK with ... God forbid ... we just don’t continue on after this season, 'cause this is really such a great season, if we ended it here."

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She continued, "I would definitely be very sad … and also, I love it because I have my own, personal home footage I could always look back on and laugh, and see certain experiences that I’ve gone through that I completely forgot about that kind of made me who I am today. So, it'll be fun to show my kids that one day. And to say you had a TV show for as long as we had is, like, I feel like very unheard of."

Kim added, "It's still not good enough. I'm gonna keep going."

Don't Be Tardy airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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