Andy Cohen on Sexual Harassment in Hollywood: It's A Cultural Shift

November 16, 2017

Forget the Macy's parade or watching the Dallas Cowboys. For dog lovers, The National Dog Show is the best part of Thanksgiving. We chat with "Watch What Happens Live" host and executive producer Andy Cohen about his work with Purina's #DogThanking campaign. He tells us why he's thankful for his dog Wacha, and what breed he's rooting for to win best category in Show.

Cohen just renewed his contract at Bravo through 2020. He tells us whether any changes might be in store, and who is dream guests are over the next few years. Then, the television personality sounds off on which members of the Trump administration would make for the best "Real Housewives." While Cohen says Omarosa is "too trashy," he's all for a Bravo show with First Lady Melania Trump. He also tells us why fans shouldn't hold their breath for a "Real Housewives of Silicon Valley."

Finally, Andy weighs in on the wave of sexual assault allegations rocking Hollywood. He calls the past few months a "real cultural shift," and thinks the trend could "change everything."