In what is surely exhilarating news for local reality TV fans, Real Housewives of Dallas is returning for a second season. A source involved with the production, who requested anonymity, confirms that the show is definitely coming back, with some likely cast changes.
Although the first season struggled with low ratings, Bravo personality and producer Andy Cohen hinted in June that the likelihood for a second season was high, stating that the network was looking around at potential cast members.
An entry on Real Mr. Housewife said it more clearly, with "multiple sources" confirming that the series would "absolutely be returning," with filming anticipated to begin "soon," with a premiere date of spring 2017.
Real Mr. Housewife also stated that two new housewives would be added to the mix, joining cast members Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, LeeAnne Locken, and Stephanie Hollman, but that Tiffany Hendra will not be returning.
No matter the cast, one thing is certain: We can enjoy Elaine Liner's recaps again.