Production for Bravo reality series, Southern Charm, rolls on, amid South Carolina’s coronavirus crisis.
AllAboutTheTEA.com has exclusive tea on the disjointed filming season, cast members shrugging off Charleston’s mask mandate, and cast members infected with Coronavirus.
“Shep [Rose], Austen [Kroll] and Craig [Conover] have been hitting the town with no masks on,” the tipster told AllAboutTheTea.com. “
“Both Craig and Austen caught the virus, which is no surprise considering they’re often out getting drunk in Shem Creek.” A ROCK shared with AllAboutTheTEA.com.
“Whitney [Sudler-Smith] has been in town, and said that filming will continue for two weeks, then will pause until they get the green light from Haymaker,” a source revealed to AllAboutTheTEA.com.
Production has captured enough content to produce at least six episodes for the season. Season 7 will be a short season.
“They’ll be releasing six episodes… they’ve been secretly filming the last few days even with two thousand reported [coronavirus] cases a day in South Carolina,” a production snitch told AllAboutTheTEA.com.
The source continued, “They have enough content for 6 episodes, they just need to film confessional spots and they’ll be able to deliver a quick season for Bravo.”
As reported, the cast of Southern Charm were called out in June for using the Black Lives Matter movement as content for their show. Some cast members were spotted filming scenes at Marion Square next to the statue of slavery advocate, John C. Calhoun — interrupting a Black Lives Matter protest.
Cameran Eubanks, Naomie Olindo, and Chelsea Meissner won’t be back next season.
Southern Charm is expected to return later this year.