New information that was leaked online makes it seem like "The Real Housewives" franchise is not the documentary-style reality series it claims to be but rather a series of scripted television shows on Bravo.

How much of what the housewives do is planned?

Every minute of Bravo's hit "Real Housewives" shows are filled with screaming, fighting, crying, and drama between the rich ladies in their respective cities. With emotions constantly running wild, the production cameras always seem to capture the perfect moments for the show.

In Touch Weekly published a report after text messages and emails were leaked that made it seem like the Bravo shows were scripted.

A reality television Producer held an anonymous AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit in the Bravo "Real Housewives" subreddit. The anonymous Bravo producer answered fans questions about the story lines in the shows, legal issues on set like rumored drug use and excessive alcohol abuse, and what it was like to work with some of the more "difficult" "Housewives" cast members.

It was revealed the each woman on every "Real Housewives" franchise is "assigned" to a story producer who helps them "develop" their storyline for the season.

Each housewife creates "plot points" and an image that they wish to portray. The producer also revealed that these story producers are responsible for the individual housewives if they "have a breakdown at 2 am" or want to "quit the show" or are "pissed" about how they were edited for the show.

The story producers play a huge role in how the "Housewives" season turns out.

The anonymous producer revealed that they "pretend" to be best friends with their assigned housewife in order to "gain their trust" and once they do, they use their influence to convince "their housewife to walk into set ups."

Nothing is an accident on "The Real Housewives"

It was revealed that nothing is done accidentally on the Bravo shows.

When one housewife "forgets" to invite a housewife to lunch, it is always planned and on purpose.

In addition, to film "The Real Housewives" anywhere but in their private homes, permission has to be granted and a permit must be filed weeks before filming.

On the currently airing season of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Kelly Dodd walked into The Quiet Woman restaurant to seemingly stir up trouble with Shannon Beador but claimed she did not know that her cast members were there when she arrived.

With this new information that has leaked online about Bravo production, it seems more likely that Dodd was influenced by a story producer to show up at the restaurant.

Many people have suggested that Luann de Lesseps from "The Real Housewives of New York City's" short-lived marriage with Tom D'Agostino was mostly done for publicity and to ensure that she would have an exciting storyline for the next season.

However, one "Real Housewives" producer named Rahel Tennione told Business Insider that they are dealing with "real people with their own minds" that want to be in control of their personal images but they "don't always know what [they're] going to get."

Regardless of how much is planned out in advance for "The Real Housewives" franchises, the ladies are individuals with their own agendas and anything can always happen.

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