"Real Housewives of Dallas" and "Real Housewives of Potomac" are both coming to Bravo next year.
Brace yourselves for more TV drama as Bravo announced the arrival of "Real Housewives of Dallas" and "Real Housewives of Potomac" — two new additions to the popular and widely followed "Real Housewives" franchise.
Dallas, Texas and Potomac, Maryland will be the locations of the two new shows which will give fans of Bravo "more of what they desire: stories of dynamic women who make us laugh, cry, cheer and experience unforgettable moments we can’t stop talking about,” as stated by Shari Levine, Bravo Executive VP in a press statement.
TV Series Finale reported, "The Real Housewives of Orange County" was the first series in the Bravo franchise which premiered in 2006. The rest was history as the series spawned six additional spin-offs in New York City, Beverly Hills, New Jersey, Atlanta, D.C. and Miami.
Are you pumped up to watch "Real Housewives of Dallas" and "Real Housewives of Potomac" on Bravo TV?
"Real Housewives of Potomac" will show viewers the affluent African-American families who have torn down radical barriers and currently residing in the cozy, posh enclave with rolling hills, gated mansions and exclusive country clubs.
Here's the list of the latest Bravo celebrities from "The Real Housewives of Potomac:"
1. Gizelle Bryant — single mom and socialite
2. Katie Rost — TV personality and international model
3. Charrisse Jackson-Jordan — social butterfly
4. Karen Huger — grand dame
5. Ashley Darby — restaurateur
6. Robyn Dixon — single mom and publicist
According to Bravo, Potomac residents put a fierce emphasis on the contrast between new money versus old money, proper etiquette and host a lot of parties.
Gizelle Bryant explained, "If you haven't heard of Potomac, that's fine, because that means we've done a great job of keeping it a nice, little secret."
Katie Rost added Potomac is a town where "playing by the rules is very important. "If you don't behave yourself in Potomac, you might be asked to leave."
As for "Real Housewives of Dallas," Bravo has not released any details about who's going to be in the show but, CelebDirtyLaundry revealed that it's arrival in "Real Housewives" franchise was pretty much expected because it's a big city, with a number of beautiful and wealthy middle-aged women who can bring a ton of drama.
Andy Cohen excitedly remarked, "The Real Housewives of Dallas" is a logical extension of the Bravo franchise bringing a "Southern twist" that everyone will adore. Furthermore, "The Real Housewives of Potomac" is the show that will "take everyone by surprise!"
"The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Jan. 17, 2016 while "Real Housewives of Dallas" will air late next year.
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