EXCLUSIVE: 'Real Housewives of Dallas' Not Dead! Andy Cohen Teases Show's Future

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The Real Housewives of Dallaswill be back! At least, that’s what Andy Cohen is leading us to believe.

“I hope that we will see a lot more of those ladies, yeah,” Andy tells ET. “We're kind of taking a look at the women and the season, and figuring out how we move forward.”

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ET caught up with the Housewives executive producer at Sunday night’s 2016 MLB All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game at Petco Park in San Diego, California (airing on ESPN on Monday night), where he was pulling double duty -- playing in the game and broadcasting for SiriusXM.

RHOD wrapped up its first season last month, and so far Bravo has yet to announce a renewal. The Real Housewives of Potomac nabbed a second season almost immediately after its first one ended in April -- but it was also a huge ratings hit, bringing in close to 2 million viewers weekly. The Real Housewives of Dallas brought in a little less than a million with each episode.

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The season one cast is also still in the dark about a second season, with one member telling ET she hasn’t received a contract yet -- but will totally be on board “if the offer is right.” From the sounds of what Andy said, it seems there might be some recasting, or cast additions, in the works.

Last month, star Cary Deuber opened up to ET about her and husband Mark Deuber’s time on the show, saying, “If they decide to move forward with the series, I'm sure we will, too.” Check out more of that chat in the video below.