Bravo’s Household Karma pauses filming after folks take a look at constructive for COVID-19
Production in pause.
E! News has learned that the second season of Bravos Family Karma has stopped filming because someone who is part of the production tested positive for COVID-19. According to our source, production will be suspended for two weeks which is the standard security protocol.
An unnamed person tested positive for the coronavirus under the show’s usual safety protocols. We were told that production ceased immediately and order tracking was in progress.
Family Karma follows the lives of several Indian-American families in Miami, Florida. The cast includes Shaan Patel, Bali Chainani, Anisha Ramakrishna, Monica Vaswani, Brian Benni, Vishal Parvani and Amrit Kapai.
That news comes after Bravo resumed production of several of their documentary series this summer, including Southern Charm, The Real Housewives of Orange County, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
In fact, RHOC’s 15th season is featured Shannon BeadorFight against the coronavirus. As the Bravo personality revealed on Instagram in July 2020, she and her three girls have Stella, Sophie and Adeline, tested positive for COVID-19.