The "Real Housewives" franchise is reportedly headed back to Florida, but fans shouldn't hold their breaths for a fourth season of the canceled Bravo Tv series, "The Real Housewives of Miami." While a new cast is expected to be based out of the Sunshine State in the coming months, a new report claims the show will not be returning to Miami with its former cast.

On October 1, TMZ shared a report with readers in which it revealed that Bravo TV had allegedly hired casting directors to help find a new group of women to launch their potential new franchise in Florida.

As the outlet explained, the network isn't yet set on a specific area of the state but has reportedly taken an interest in a number of cities, including West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Boca Raton.

While not much is known about the potentially upcoming series, TMZ told readers that Bravo TV is on the hunt for drama and will base their new "Real Housewives" franchise out of whatever town they find it in. According to the report, good storylines are their main motivation when it comes to choosing a town and a cast of women.

'The Real Housewives of Miami' aired for three seasons

As fans of the franchise will recall, the Miami-based installment of the reality series aired for three seasons on Bravo TV and included a number of cast members, including Lea Black, model Joanna Krupa, and Scottie Pippen's wife, Larsa Pippen.

While the show appeared to have a good cast, the ratings on the series were terrible and after Krupa was seen getting married to her now-ex-husband, Romain Zago, in the show's third season finale in November 2013, the series came to an end.

The first season of "The Real Housewives of Miami" included a cast of Larsa Pippen, Cristy Rice, Marysol Patton, Lea Black, Adriana De Moura, and Alexia Echevarria and began airing on Bravo TV in February 2011.

Then, ahead of season two, Lisa Hochstein, Karent Sierra, Joanna Krupa, and Ana Quincoces were added to the cast.

News of a new 'Real Housewives' franchise hit the web last month

After Andy Cohen claimed years ago that he was not planning to add more cities to his popular franchise, LALATE shared a report with readers in which they revealed that a Florida-based "Real Housewives" franchise would be returning to the network as early as 2018 -- or as late as 2019.

The outlet also said that the series would likely be based out of a South Florida town and noted that Bravo TV hadn't yet ruled out having members from the Miami show make guest appearances on the new show.