NeNe Leakes‘ comeback isn’t the only reason fans of the ‘Real Housewives’ family have to celebrate this month.
Can’t think of any other reasons?
Try the arrival of two brand spanking new franchises set for takeoff in a matter of weeks on for size.
Bravo jefe Andy Cohen received praise for his continued efforts to push diversity to the forefront of the network’s brand when he announced the launch of the African-American led ‘Real Housewives of Potomac.’
Today, he joined his supporters to celebrate the news that ‘Potomac’ would be joined by a brand new franchise following the lives of affluent ‘Wives’ living in Dallas, Texas.
Its official name?
‘The Real Housewives of Dallas.’
The series will make its way into the lives of Southern socialites as the juggle family, business, love and drama with hopes of reaching similar heights to the highest-rated ‘Housewives’ family of all time, ‘Atlanta.’
The identities of its scandal-starting ‘Wives’ are yet to be revealed.