'Real Housewives of Dallas' Season 5: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Bravo reality show
The much-awaited Season 5 of 'Real Housewives of Dallas' is finally here. The show follows six housewives and their friends, who live life by Texas's motto of "go big or go home". The upcoming season promises to be filled with loads of petty drama, catfights while giving us a peek at how these ladies handled quarantining during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read on to know all about the upcoming season of 'RHOD'.
'Real Housewives of Dallas' Season 5 is all set to premiere on Tuesday, January 5, at 9/8c on Bravo. You can catch new episodes every Tuesday at 9/8c on Bravo.
The show chronicles the daily lives of six southern housewives from Dallas-Stephanie Hollman, Kameron Westcott, D'Andra Simmons, Kary Brittingham, and Brandi Redmond, as they juggle between their family and social life. D'Andra's friend Tiffany Moon will be making her debut as a housewife on the show. The upcoming season seems to be filled with loads of drama thanks to the pandemic as the ladies finally have enough time to reflect on their actions and relationships.
Brandi will be seen trying to make up for her past mistakes, but the addition of Tiffany to the cast makes things more complicated for the ginger housewife. Stephanie is finally ready to enter the professional world and decides to launch her own foundation, but unfortunately, her husband Travis Hollman has doubts about the housewife's ability to follow through with things and wonders if she can run a foundation by herself.
D'Andra ropes in the help of a shaman to help her become a more forgiving and better person. According to her Bravo bio, we can expect to see some fireworks between D'Andra and Kary. The quarantine forced Kary to pause and reflect on her life and make some big changes to it. The housewife makes an effort to reconnect with her mother so that she won't make the same mistakes as her mother while raising her children.
Kameron is all set to move out of her current home and shift into her dream home, but the only thing standing between her and her dream abode is the lack of buyers for her current home. According to Bravo, Kameron will have a hard time connecting with the new housewife, Tiffany. Looks like the new housewife has already made her mark amongst the ladies.
Season 4 of 'RHOD' came under fire after one of the housewives, LeeAnne Locken, was shown using racist slurs and language against her fellow housewife, Kary Brittingham, on the show. After the end of season 4, LeeAnne was fired from the show. Following LeeAnne's exit from the show, an old video of housewife Brandi Redmond mocking Asians began doing rounds on the internet. Although fans demanded the firing of Brandi too, the network decided to keep her and introduced its first Asian housewife on the franchise, Tiffany Moon. Housewives Kameron Westcott, Stephanie Hollman, Kary Brittingham, Brandi Redmond and D'Andra Simmons will be returning to the show. Jennifer Davis Long will be introduced on the show as the new friend of the housewives.
The show is executive produced by Rich Bye, Andrew Hoegl and Andy Cohen. Rich Bye is an Emmy winner, who also executive produces shows like 'Bravo After Hours with Carrie Keagan', 'Project Runway', and several other reality shows. He has worked with fellow executive producer Andy Cohen on 'Project Runway' prior to 'Real Housewives of Dallas'.
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