The Real Housewives of New York City was facing cancelation earlier this season, as ratings for the once-popular reality series hit an all-time low.
Now, Bravo execs have allegedly decided to keep the show - and axe the cast.
Radar Online reports that the entire cast of RHONY has been fired, with the exception of Ramona Singer, whose future on the show remains in doubt.
As the series begins to wrap up its sixth season this summer, the audition process for an all-new cast for season seven is already underway.
The news wouldn't be terribly surprising, although it has yet to be confirmed by Bravo, which does not make official casting moves during the season.
It's been known for some time, though, that Bravo would likely have to make major changes to one of its longest reality series if the show was to survive.
Producers are expected to seek out young, hot and - most importantly - quick tempered women of privilege for a revamped Real Housewives of New York.
We're guessing boozy Ramona Singer will be kept on board.
If nothing else, she can usually be counted on to guzzle pinot, occasionally attack people, look crazy-eyed and generally bring the drama and then some.
As for the other ladies involved, their fate is even less clear.
Again, there's no official word on whether or not they're aware that they'll be getting canned soon or if there's any chance execs change their minds.
Aviva Drescher has been fired (sort of), but for all we know the rest of the cast is enjoying season 6 entirely unaware that it's the last time they'll be seeing themselves on screen.
At least they'll always have their bikini pics to fall back on ...