Yes, the Rumors are True! ‘Real Housewives of Dallas’ Set to Air 2016

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DALLAS, TX -- Okay, this one’s for all you 'Real Housewives of Dramaville' fans. Looks like Bravo’s hit reality show franchise is moving into Big D.

That’s right, brace yourselves for the Real Housewives of Dallas coming to a TV near you sometime next year. The rarely scripted station is keeping tight-lipped about the cast.

But, the face of the franchise, Andy Cohen, dished the deets on Bravotv.com.

"This casting happened a year ago. We thought, this is is a Ladies of Dallas; we don’t know," Cohen explained. "When we saw it, we thought – this is a Housewives, these are the Real Housewives of Dallas.”

"It’s about how they live their lives, it’s about families, it’s about being grounded and it just hearkens back to early Housewives for me.”

So, naturally, everyone’s wondering – who made the cast? Well, unfortunately, we don’t know.

But, that’s not stopping us from creating our RHOD fantasy cast.

How about Charlotte Jones Anderson; hello, her father is Jerry Jones -- she’s Cowboys royalty.

Then, there's Pilar Sanders. Bravo would surely eat-up her Deion divorce drama.

Susan Hawk:  the Dallas County DA is a power player and mired in controversy; that screams Real Housewives cast mate.

Okay, let’s not get carried away. We’ll just have to wait and see who’ll be the next “Bravolebrity.”

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