Andy Cohen Says ‘Real Housewives Of Dallas’ Is Not Dead, Will There Be A Season 2?

Though many have assumed that Real Housewives of Dallas was going to be a one and done, Andy Cohen has said that RHOD is not dead, and there might just be a season two. Perhaps Bravo’s Andy Cohen is just teasing fans, but he is giving fans reason to believe that Real Housewives of Dallas might be coming off of life support, and back on Bravo for another season. It seems that Dallas fans didn’t get enough crazy in one season, and they want to see more of that carnie drama from the likes of LeeAnne Locken and friends. But though Dallas has been in the news a lot lately for sad national drama, there isn’t much mention of The Real Housewives of Dallas.

According to The Inquisitr, even before the Dallas installment of the Real Housewives franchise premiered, background secrets were being revealed about the cast, including the soft-core porn history of Tiffany Hendra. Hendra claims that she got mixed up in drugs and promiscuity and got off of target in her Hollywood days. Also, Stephanie Hollman’s husband was arrested for erratic driving and refusing a breathalyzer test. It seems like just an average day in the life of a Bravo reality star.

On News 9, the NBC affiliate, Bravo’s Andy Cohen says that RHOD is not dead, and Dallas might just rise again. This might just be a teaser, but fans of Dallas are eager to hear if RHOD will be around for season 2. Andy Cohen was assuring Dallas fans that all hope is not lost.

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

Entertainment Tonight caught up with Andy Cohen at the 2016 MLB All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game at Petco Park in San Diego, California, and asked him if the Dallas show has been renewed, and if not, will it be. Andy Cohen said that nothing is set in stone, but Dallas is not dead at this time. One of the cast members claimed that she has not received a contract yet, but if the price is right, she is on board. Cary Deuber agreed and says that if the Dallas show is a go, she and husband Mark Deuber will be on the Dallas show too.

“If they decide to move forward with the series, I’m sure we will, too.”

Christian Today is wondering aloud if there will be a second season of Real Housewives of Dallas with all of the ladies from season one. The Dallas ladies are reportedly encouraged that the Real Housewives of Potomac have been renewed, but Dallas did not have ratings that quite matched the Potomac housewives. So what does Potomac have that Dallas doesn’t? Maybe Dallas, like Southern Charm could use some drama that spills out into the news? Or maybe Dallas could use a Twitter war beyond whether or not Cary Deuber met her husband in Dallas while he was still married. Yawn.

Even fans of the other Housewives shows reportedly believe that Dallas was missing that spark, but that doesn’t mean that Bravo won’t give another season of Dallas a try.

“Bravo’s hesitation in taking a chance on the return of cast members Cary Deuber, LeeAnne Locken, Tiffany Hendra, Stephanie Hollman, and Brandi Redmond for a second season.”

But Andy Cohen has hinted that if there is a second season of Dallas, there might be some shaking up of the cast.

“We always shake [the cast] up a little bit. Now that the reunion has aired and all the dust is settling, we’re taking a look back and re–evaluating and figuring out who we want to keep and who we want to let go.”

So, who might stay, and who might go on Real Housewives of Dallas if a second season is in the cards? Getting the right Dallas formula might just be the difference between a season two of Dallas and cancellation by Bravo.

Which member of The Real Housewives of Dallas do you think should go if there is to be a season two?

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