‘Little Women: Dallas’ Debuts On Lifetime

Lifetime’s popular Little Women franchise is heading to the Lone Star State, and two Little Women: Atlanta cast members will be relocating for the new series. According to ET Online, although these ladies are small in stature, they definitely prove that everything is “bigger” in Texas, and viewers can expect plenty of “big hair, big personalities, and big drama” on this season of Little Women: Dallas.

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Broadway World shared that Emily “Right Cheek” Fernandez and Brianna “Left Cheek” Barlup are ready to shake things up when they move back to Texas. Fan-favorite Emily decided it was time to move back home to be closer to her family after the tragic loss of her son. She is ready to make a fresh start on Little Women: Dallas and won’t allow anyone to get in her way.

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Bri Barlup moved to Dallas to support her friend even though she developed quite a following as a model and dancer during her time in Atlanta. Now back in Texas, besides being there for Emily, she is also focusing on expanding her family on this season of Little Women: Dallas.

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According to Reality TV World, other members of the Little Women: Dallas cast include Asta Young. She is well-known in the world of cosplay and is considered a media darling. Asta’s husband, Ty, is of average height, and together they work at a popular Dallas bar. Their dream is to some day be able to open their own bar.

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Amanda “Tiny Titan” Loy is one of the very first little people bodybuilders to achieve top standings in average-size competitions. For the last five years, she’s been very disciplined, but at times she struggles with certain issues that she can’t seem to work through.

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Tiffani Chance is a real-life cheerleader and recent cosmetology school graduate, and she has never let being a little person slow her down. She’s currently dating her high-school sweetheart, Austin, and wants to take things to the next level even though her friends want her to stay single.

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Rounding out the cast is Caylea Woodbury, who is the youngest member of the Little Women: Dallas group. After recently leaving her family home in New Hampshire, Caylea currently works as a go-go dancer and goes by the name of “Lil’ Twerk.”

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For fans who can’t get enough, Little Women: Dallas will be the fourth spinoff of the original show, Little Women: LA. The other shows include Little Women: Atlanta, Little Women: Terra’s Little Family, and Little Women: NY, which debuted in the spring of 2015. At this time, there is no information on who will replace Fernandez and Lyn back in Atlanta. As for Little Women: LA, the season finale airs on Wednesday, November 2 at 9 p.m. ET on Lifetime, with the premiere of Little Women: Dallas following immediately after at 10 p.m. ET.

Little Women: LA Season 5 and Little Women: Atlanta Season 2 have been delivering big ratings for Lifetime, and Little Women: Dallas will most likely follow that trend. Little Women: LA hit a series high this season, propelling Lifetime to the top cable network spot in its time period. Season 2 of Little Women: Atlanta also delivered a series high and comes in second for cable network original programming in its time period.

Little Women: Dallas consists of 13 episodes and is produced by Kinetic Content. Executive producers are Chris Coelen, Eric Detwiler, Katie Griffin, Karrie Wolfe, Melissa Tallerine, Mary Donahue, Mariana Flynn, Noah Moskin, and Terra Jole, who is currently appearing on both Dancing with the Stars and Little Women: LA.

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