Will Bravo Pull the Plug on 'Real Housewives of NJ?'

New reports show executives want to distance themselves from Teresa Giudice's legal troubles.
1:44 | 08/02/13

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Transcript for Will Bravo Pull the Plug on 'Real Housewives of NJ?'
scandal rocking the real housewives of new jersey. The show's two biggest stars indicted on fraud charges. So, can the show go on? Here's abc's linsey janice. Reporter: It's the reality show that packs a mean punch. But now, fans are asking, if things have gotten a little too real. I want you -- Reporter: This sunday, fans of bravo's "real housewives of new jersey," will tune in to see if teresa guidice's drama unfolds on screen it as does off. Or if producers will pull the plug on the new episode, even though it was shot before giudice and her husband were indicted this week for alleged bank and bankruptcy fraud. New reports say brav coe executives want to distance themselves from the couple's legal woes. Bav voe are getting millions of publicity from this case. They'll find somebody else to fill her role if they have to. Reporter: Bravo had no comment overnight. But with season five in the can, producers have to make a decision. Real housewives, infamous reunion show, is going to be taped next month. Something giudice doesn't plan to miss. Of course, the irs is using them as an example. A red flag goes off. Even more so, when you're on tv, daring them, almost, with that red flag. A red flag that isn't quite so fabolicious. Coming up, we're going to have the latest on simon

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