The Real Housewives of Dallas won't be back anytime soon. After a controversial fifth season, Bravo confirmed to Entertainment Tonight Tuesday that there were "no plans" to bring RHOD back next year, although beyond that "nothing official" has been decided. The ninth Housewives franchise starred Tiffany Moon, Kameron Westcott, Brandi Redmond, D'Andra Simmons, Stephanie Hollman and Kary Brittingham.
Coming off of LeeAnne Locken's exit in Season 4 due to alleged "racist" comments made to Brittingham, who is Mexican, the show had another racial reckoning with Redmond, who was seen doing an alleged "racist" (albeit dead on) impression of Asian people in a 5 year-old video that surfaced online. While Redmond apologized for her behavior, she told newcomer Moon, who is Chinese, that she was "uncomfortable" being around her in the wake of the scandal.
Bravo is claiming that RHOD isn't officially canceled forever, but we all know that's BS. Sure, it may be back in 10 years (like the Miami franchise), but you can bet it will be only be available on NBC's completely sucky Peacock streaming service (for pay). It should also be noted that asswipe Andy dropped this bomb on his Summer break; that is during his annual whoring around on Fire Island, where he would not have to answer any questions (not that anyone believes what he says anyway).
Bet let's get down to it, shall we? This is nothing more than Bravo/NBC/Universal's cancelation of any and everything "Conservative", and it's no secret that the Dallas women were not only Republican, but supporters of President Trump, and that simply could not be tolerated. It would be nice if they learned that you cannot mandate "diversity", but of course they haven't. Case in point; adding
the annoying chirpy Mexican and the Valley Girl Chinese chick Kary and Tiffany was a colossal disaster, but more "diversity" is on the way.
For many viewers, Ebony K. Nobody has put the final nail in the coffin of RHONY (story forthcoming), and D-list blacktress Garcell and Crystal C*nt Foo have brought nothing to the RHOBH. They are just "there" ... like wallpaper. For me, the distance between them and the rest of the cast is palpable.