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Braunwyn Windham-Burke, who was on the show for two seasons, and Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, who was on the most recent season, also will not return.

A Bravo spokesperson confirmed to Variety the departures of Dodd — a controversial firebrand who’s been in the cast since 2016 — Windham-Burke and Vargas. Their contracts were not renewed for the show’s upcoming 16th season, which is set to begin production next month.

Shannon Storms Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, and Emily Simpson, however, are all returning to “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” or “RHOC,” as it’s nicknamed. One or two new women will also join the cast.

FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up Channel

From Thursday 1 July

All aboard the ultimate Below Deck experience and indulge in FOXTEL’s exclusive FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up Channel for 11 days of back to back Below Deck and Below Deck Mediterranean from 8am Thursday July 1 on channel 128 and available to watch On Demand.

In celebration of the new season of Below Deck Mediterranean (S6), the FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up Channel is your ticket to non-stop nautical adventures and drama.

At the helm Captain Lee (Below Deck) and Captain Sandy (Below Deck Mediterranean), who not only have to navigate their way on the high seas, but also their crew of bosuns, stews, deckhands, chefs, and the chartered guests!

FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up Channel will take you around the world on the most luxurious mega-yachts with charters from exotic locations in Tahiti, Mallorca, Spain, Italy, the French Riviera to Captain Lee’s favourite destination, The Caribbean.

Featuring a who’s who of crew from around the world including season veterans, Australia’s very own chief stew Hannah Ferrier from Below Deck Mediterranean and bosun Eddie Lucas (Below Deck) who lead their interior and exterior crews, all trying to cater to the never ending guest demands, no matter how outrageous.

Hannah Ferrier who launches the FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up Channel, says that when it comes to crazy guests, she has heard it all… well almost.

“I have had plenty of strange requests before, everything from a mariachi band to certain nuts I have had to fly in, but coloured gumballs… never, all because the guest did not like white gumballs and almost demanded to have them choppered in.”

Below Deck is produced by 51 Minds with Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox, and Lauren Simms serving as executive producers. Tania Hamidi, Cristina Lopez, and Rebecca Henning are co-executive producers. Below Deck Mediterranean is produced by 51 Minds with Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox and Nadine Rajabi serving as executive producers alongside Christian Sarabia and Temple Williams. Wes Denton, Brittany Nabors, Shane Maroufkhani, Tania Hamidi, and Rebecca Henning are co-executive producers.

Anchor’s away! Set sail and watch FOX ARENA Below Deck Pop-Up channel from 8am Thursday July 1 on channel 128 or Watch On Demand.

FOXTEL celebrates over 140 Emmy nominations

  • With FOXTEL viewers able to enjoy more than 300 Emmy nominated moments all in one place thanks to the integration of Netflix and SBS On Demand apps

  • Watch the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Monday, September 20

  • LIVE on FOX ARENA and streaming on FOXTEL

FOXTEL has again established its place as home to the world’s best drama and entertainment, as the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy nominations were announced overnight, honouring an incredible line-up of shows available to watch in Australia on FOXTEL.

The nomination ceremony, held for the second year as a live virtual event, recognised a host of ground-breaking new programs and rising stars, along with much-loved talent and hit series, with FOXTEL content accounting for over 140 Primetime Emmy nominations this year.

Key highlights for FOXTEL’s Emmy-nominated series include:

  • The provocative supernatural drama series Lovecraft Country scored a huge 18 nominations including Outstanding Drama Series.
  • Critically acclaimed thriller Mare of Easttown received 16 nominations including Outstanding Anthology or Limited Series, while Kate Winslet was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series.
  • Kaley Cuoco earned her first Emmy Nomination, receiving a nod for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her searing performance in The Flight Attendant . The series earned a total of nine Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series.
  • Michaela Cole’s blistering I May Destroy You also scored nine nominations including Outstanding Anthology or Limited Series
  • FX series Pose also scored nine nominations including Most Outstanding Drama series as well as Most Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Mj Rodriguez who made history as the first trans actress to be nominated in any major Emmy category.
  • Controversial HBO documentary series Allen v. Farrow earned the most Emmy nominations of any nonfiction program, claiming seven nominations in all
  • Documentary film Tina received three nominations
  • Long-running comedy Saturday Night Live scored a massive 21 nominations
  • Detective drama Perry Mason received four nominations

All of the nominated content listed is available to watch on demand.

The 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, from the hit comedy THE NEIGHBORHOOD, marking his first time as Master of Ceremonies for the event. This year’s telecast will return to a live, in-person Emmy Awards Ceremony at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles with a limited audience of nominees and their guests.

The ceremony will be broadcast LIVE on FOX ARENA on Monday, September 20 at 10.00am AEST, with an encore screening at 7.30pm AEST the same day. The awards will also be available to stream on FOXTEL.

BBC dance competition show The Greatest Dancer will make its Australian debut on Fox Arena on Saturday, August 28, at 7.30pm AEST and will air every Saturday. Two series were made in 2019 and 2020.

Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer premieres on Fox Arena tonight at 8.30pm AEST.