“The Real Housewives of Dallas” is making a comeback, or at least we thought it was

The cast of the upcoming "Real Housewives of Dallas." (Photo via bravotv.com)
The cast of “The Real Housewives of Dallas.” (Photo via bravotv.com)

It’s been four months since Preston Hollow’s Cary Deuber and LeeAnne Locken were last seen wading through wine-filled rumors and drama on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Dallas.”

The show that made Plano an insult and coined the term “Jesus juice” ratings drastically dropped as the season progressed, so it didn’t seem all that likely that the show would be renewed.

Then, Bravo announced the series’ return to the reality TV world without letting viewers know who the castmates will be. Whether that means Marie Reyes or Heidi Dillon will become full-fledged cast members is anyone’s guess, but it’s easy to assume you’ll see LeeAnne Locken, especially since she often was at the center of the show’s scandal.

But rumors are circulating that the Dallasites aren’t making a comeback after all. According to Hollywood Gossip, a producer  said it may be cancelled, because the women seem to get along too well.

“The women are refusing to get into any confrontations and there has been no drama,” the source told the entertainment website.

“Even the women who have issues with one another are refusing to confront them head on, as they are scared to look like a bad person or villain. If the women don’t start stepping it up, they basically are sealing the fate of the show.”

If that’s the case, it looks like I won’t have a reason to drink wine on a weeknight after all.


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