Bravo’s ‘Shahs of Sunset’ canceled following domestic violence arrest

According to reports from People and page 6well done Sunset Shahs was canceled after nine seasons on the air. Despite claims that the reality series had become too expensive to continue making, there is speculation that the show’s sudden end could also be linked to the recent arrest of cast member Mike Shouhed. A recent article by page 6 announced Shouhed’s March 27 arrest by the Los Angeles Police Department for domestic violence.

The article then shared that Shouhed was released on March 28 after posting his $50,000 bail. Shouhed’s attorney, Alex Kessel, said People that he believes that his client has committed “no act of domestic violence” and that he would be exonerated. The 43-year-old reality star is scheduled to appear in court on July 25 at Los Angeles Municipal Court, Van Nuys Division.

Executive produced by Ryan Seacrest, Sunset Shahs began in 2012 as a reality series that followed six Persian-American friends all residing in Beverly Hills as they try to juggle their growing careers with strong social lives, rich traditions and family responsibilities. The original cast included Shouhed, Reza Farahan, Golnesa Gharachedaghi, Sammy Younai, Asa Soltan Rahmati and Mercedes Javid, with Younai and Soltan Rahmati eventually moving on, and later seasons new additions of Lilly Ghalichi, Asifa Mirza, Shervin Roohparvar, Destiney Rose, and Nema Vand. The show’s ninth and final 15-episode season aired from May to August 2021, ending with a two-part reunion.

Luckily for fans of the show, this might not be the last time you see some of its cast. According to TMZ, Sunset Shahs stars Farahan, Javid and Gharachedaghi are “all in preliminary talks for potential future projects” with Bravo.

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