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‘The Real Housewives Of Dallas’ Is Happening — Full Details Here!

It's official! The Real Housewives franchise will be adding a new location to their lineup. According to a new report, Texas will be the homes of Bravo's newest Housewives with The Real Housewives of Dallas. Back in March, Bravo announced a show with the working title Ladies of Dallas was in the works.

Filming a show under a different name and then changing to Real Housewives is not anything new, it happened with The Real Housewives of New York City, which had its first season filmed as Manhattan Moms, reports E! News.

“All of the filming has been done, and it will be announced soon,” a source tells US Weekly.

Andy Cohen recently teased that there could be a new Housewives series during his appearance on Sirius XM show Reality Checked With Amy Phillips.

“I do [think there will be a new Housewives city], sooner than you think,” he noted.

The description for Ladies of Dallas from the network: "From glamorous galas to scintillating scandals, and supersized spending habits, life in the elite tier of the Dallas social scene is hard to crack, and even harder to maintain. Whether driven by vanity, personal validation, or career advancement, these Lone Star ladies all share the same goal- to climb the social ladder and stay on top."

Dallas joins The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of Orange County, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and The Real Housewives of New York City. International versions airing on Bravo include The Real Housewives of Melbourne (Australia) and The Real Housewives of Cheshire (England).

Previous shows in the franchise include The Real Housewives of Miami, which aired for three seasons, and The Real Housewives of D.C., which only aired one season. Other International shows in the franchise also included The Real Housewives of Vancouver (Canada), which aired for two seasons, and The Real Housewives of Athens (Greece) and Les Vraies Housewives (France), which only aired for one season.

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