Since the show was filmed over the course of a couple of years, and the most current footage is from a year ago, it’s difficult to say where everyone involved will be when the series returns. Hopefully, everyone’s favorites will still be there, regardless, the show is sure to offer an intimate look at the lives of the people who call the Moonlite Bunny Ranch home.
Keep your eyes open this summer for reruns and be ready for next season's action.
A few quick facts on Nevada brothels:
Prostitution is legal in some parts of Nevada
Under Nevada law, any county with a population of less than 400,000 is allowed to license brothels if it so chooses (NRS 244.345). As of January 2005, Clark County (which contains Las Vegas) is the only county in Nevada with a population of over 400,000, but Washoe County will soon reach that point as well. Incorporated towns and cities in counties that allow prostitution may regulate the trade further or prohibit it altogether.
From NV Brothels:
The rules for health protection provided by a legal brothel and prostitute were developed over the years jointly by the legal industry and the Nevada Department of Public Health.
and from Air Force Amy:
For example, to maintain my license as a legal prostitute I have to meet very strict county requirements including no felony criminal charges, no criminal charges of any kind related to drugs, weapons, theft or prostitution. I have to pass medical tests every week that I work; as well as blood tests every month ensuring my freedom from STDs, Chlamydia, syphilis and HIV.