It’s time to head back to the Big D!
ET has exclusively confirmed with Bravo that The Real Housewives of Dallas will return to the network for a second season of southern shade throwing in 2017. This announcement comes more than four months after the ladies wrapped up season one and left us wondering if we’d ever see them again.
For now, Bravo’s keeping mum on who will -- and won’t -- be back for season two. It’s safe to assume we’ll be seeing at least some of the first season cast, which included LeeAnne Locken, Brandi Redmond, Stephanie Hollman, Cary Deuber and Tiffany Hendra, when the show comes back. Judging by their social media posts, filming might be underway.
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It’s also worth noting that Jesus Juice-drinking besties Brandi and Stephanie seemingly have had a falling out since the end of season one. Brandi is now spending more time with one-time rival LeeAnne, while Stephanie has gotten closer to Cary.
Along with the RHOD renewal, Bravo also announced a fourth season of Southern Charm and a spin-off for the series, Southern Charm: Savannah. Shahs of Sunset will also be back for a sixth season, as will Million Dollar Listing: New York.
Oh, and get this! Shear Genius and Tabatha’s Takeover star Tabatha Coffey is making her triumphant return to the network with Relative Success With Tabatha Coffey. The no-nonsense stylist will be lending her expertise to family businesses in distress. First Family of Hip Hop, starring Sugar Hill Records founder Sylvia Robinson’s family, will also join the channel’s lineup.