Seven The Real Housewives' editions are apparently enough for Bravo.

After adding new Miami, Washington D.C. and Beverly Hills seasons to its The Real Housewives franchise in the last year, Bravo has decided to stop expanding.

"I really feel like we're done," Bravo executive and Watch What Happens Live! host Andy Cohen told OK! Weekly on Tuesday while celebrating MCC Theater's 25th Anniversary in New York City.

"Yeah," Cohen added when asked whether Miami will be the last new The Real Housewives edition to debut on Bravo.

The Bravo executive also suggested that former The Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel -- who currently stars in Bethenny Ever After -- is likely to remain the only The Real Housewives star to be spun off into her own series.

"I think they're all good where they are," Cohen said about the franchise's other reality stars.

Cohen's comments would appear to conflict with a recent New York Daily News report which claimed The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Celebrity Apprentice star NeNe Leakes may be leaving The Real Housewives of Atlanta for her own spinoff.

According to a source, Leakes' new spinoff show has "been in the works for awhile," the Daily News reported.