Let’s keep it real: the first Real Housewives of Dallas season was just so/so. There was way too many arguments focused on charity and that annoying “poop hat.” Other than LeeAnne Locken popping off a few times and giving us the only actual drama, there really wasn’t much that happened. I grew to like some of the cast members, but I was by no means yearning for a Season 2. Still, there is a Season 2 in the works and it looks like good girl Stephanie Hollman is a part of the drama this time around.
Everyone beefing with LeeAnne is pretty much the only thing that has me interested in this upcoming season, but even I have to admit that the recently released video teaser did hook me a little bit. Sure, it’s not at the top of my TV priorities, but I am definitely more intrigued than I ever thought I would be. So maybe there is hope for this Real Housewives installment?
“Proud of this girl! @stephhollman jumped on a flight last night to undergo a bone marrow donation, potentially saving the life of a much needed recipient She’s a superhero in my books!” Stephanie’s husband Travis shared in an Instagram post.
As for the new shows, oh boy, are there some surprises – Fredrik Eklund and Bethenny Frankel teaming up to scout, buy, and design amazing properties, Shep Rose looking for love, Ryan Serhant training sales agents and showing off his skills, and more. Check out the list of new shows below.
At first, I wasn’t feeling the first Real Housewives of Dallas season, but it started to grow on me (which is not at all surprising since I watch every single show on Bravo). I was excited to see what direction the show would go in if it came back for another season. Fortunately, the show will be back, but sadly there is one original cast member that will not be back on Real Housewives of Dallas.
Apparently, I’m not the only one who felt like RHOD could use some excitement, so it’s not shocking to hear that two new ladies will be added to the mix. Also, one original cast member reportedly got the ax after just one season. I’m sure she’ll play things off like it was her decision, but I find it hard to believe anyone from Season 1 would walk away from the show.
Reality Tea is ranking of every, single Housewife from every, single season from almost every Real Housewives franchise. You can find Part 1 of our rankings here. Now we finally return with Part 2 (aka the big ole mush in the middle)!
In Part 1 we mostly covered most Housewives who were either too crazy to be legit, or didn’t make much of an impact, or were just so miscast and off it was painful. Some of them were too nice, or too timid, or not rich enough, or too desperate. If she’s only a Housewife for a season, there’s usually a reason!
Reality Tea is ranking ALL the Housewives from every season and every city! Our list is broken down into three parts with Housewives ranked from worst to ‘best’ (or best of the worst, if you will). Below is Part 1.
What makes a superior species of Housewives? Is it class? Money? Fabulous plastic surgery and good shoes? Beautiful home? A revolving door of crazy that keeps us on our cheaply-clad toes? Is it a supportive husband? An in-home zoo of fabulous miniature fluff balls clad in their own designer wardrobe? Is it a witty zinger or indispensable advice? Is it their ability to rewrite history without irony? To crack open the egg of their emotional travails in front of cameras? Or is it their ability to deftly control the scenery while cracking a Chanel whip?
Real Housewives cast members Lisa Vanderpump and Stephanie Hollman have the funds to make property purchases whenever they want – well, at least for the most part, and weirdly enough the reality TV stars who live in Beverly Hills and Dallas, respectively, both just made real estate moves in Los Angeles.
Being a cast member on any Real Housewives shows provides a lot of opportunities to make money. At this point, I feel like the ladies are coming up with catch phrases and one liners solely based on the potential to sell their own words on a message t shirt.
During the first season of Real Housewives of Dallas, Brandi Redmond was an avid wine drinker and she loved talking about it. She constantly referred to it as “Jesus juice.” Personally, the first time I heard the term “Jesus juice,” was during the Michael Jackson trial and that is where my thoughts went the first time I heard Brandi utter the words on RHOD.