NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, November 6, 2015, 5:16 PM
The ladies of “The Ladies of Orange County” could soon have some ratings competition.
Is everything “Bravo” in Texas?
Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchise has wrapped up filming in Dallas, Us Weekly reports.
Currently, the network produces its high-drama reality show in five cities including Orange County (the first to debut) Beverly Hills, New York City, Atlanta, and New Jersey. Miami and Washington D.C. have since been canceled due to poor ratings.
Creator Andy Cohen dropped a few hints about “the new city’ during a recent radio appearance on “Reality Checked with Amy Phillips” when he remarked that its debut could be coming “sooner than you think.”
The “Real Housewives” franchise shadows the lives of (often catty) well-off socialites who have a penchant for gossiping and fighting on camera.
Rumor is that “Real Housewives” creator Andy Cohen has his sights set on Dallas.
This isn’t the first time Bravo has filmed a reality show in Dallas.
In 2001, the network premiered the dating show “Most Eligible Dallas.”