Real Housewives of Dallas AXED from Bravo after contentious fifth season full of racism accusations


Real Housewives of Dallas AXED from Bravo after contentious fifth season full of racism accusations

  • While the network didn’t officially cancel the series, there are ‘no plans to go back into production on the show’ 
  • RHOD ran for five seasons and focused on the lives of an affluent group of women living in Texas
  • Dr. Tiffany Moon starred alongside Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, D’Andra Simmons, Kameron Westcott and Kary Brittingham 
  • Moon was the first Asian American housewife, and faced racism hurdles from the get-go after having to address a racist viral video made by Redmond 


Real Housewives of Dallas will not be returning to the Bravo network in 2022 after a decidedly messy fifth season. 

‘There are currently no plans to bring The Real Housewives of Dallas back next year, and beyond that nothing official has been decided,’ a spokesperson told Variety

While the network didn’t officially cancel the series, there are ‘no plans to go back into production on the show’ which focused on the lives of an affluent group of women in Texas

All hat and no cattle: Real Housewives of Dallas will not be returning to the Bravo network in 2022 after a decidedly messy fifth season

Dr. Tiffany Moon joined the cast for the fifth season, which also starred Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, D’Andra Simmons, Kameron Westcott and Kary Brittingham.

Hollman and Redmond were the only two cast members from the original season, which premiered in 2016 and starred Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra and LeeAnn Locken. 

Moon was the first Asian American housewife to join the franchise, and faced racism hurdles from the get-go after having to address a racist viral Instagram video made by Redmond.

Star power: Dr. Tiffany Moon was the first Asian American housewife to join the franchise, and faced racism hurdles from the get-go after having to address a racist Instagram video made by Redmond that went viral

Star power: Dr. Tiffany Moon was the first Asian American housewife to join the franchise, and faced racism hurdles from the get-go after having to address a racist Instagram video made by Redmond that went viral

Bye y'all! While Redmond attempted to reconcile her actions on the show, she announced she was leaving the franchise to focus on her family, just days after giving birth to her fourth child (seen in 2018)

Bye y’all! While Redmond attempted to reconcile her actions on the show, she announced she was leaving the franchise to focus on her family, just days after giving birth to her fourth child (seen in 2018)

‘They ask me what Asian I am because my eyes, they squinty,’ Redmond said in the 2017 video while mocking an accent. 

While Redmond attempted to reconcile her actions on the show, she announced she was leaving the franchise to focus on her family, just days after giving birth to her fourth child. 

Kameron and Tiffany also butted heads throughout the season, a fight that carried through to Twitter after Westcott’s What What Happens Live appearance where she seemed to compare Moon to a Thai sex worker. 

Yikes! Kameron and Tiffany also butted heads throughout the season, a fight that carried through to Twitter after Westcott's What What Happens Live appearance where she seemed to compare Moon to a Thai sex worker

Yikes! Kameron and Tiffany also butted heads throughout the season, a fight that carried through to Twitter after Westcott’s What What Happens Live appearance where she seemed to compare Moon to a Thai sex worker

In the past: Season one of Dallas premiered in 2016 and starred Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra and LeeAnn Locken

In the past: Season one of Dallas premiered in 2016 and starred Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra and LeeAnn Locken

Westcott’s attorney later told Variety that the comment was taken out of context and Kameron ‘was referring to how the other Housewives acted during a trip to Thailand.’ 

RHOD was Bravo’s ninth installment of the franchise, which includes Orange County, New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Miami, Potomac and Salt Lake City.

Real Housewives of D.C. was the only series to receive one season before it was canceled in 2010.  

And while Miami came to a close in 2013 after three seasons, the Peacock network rebooted the series for a new season in February and camera crews have been well under way filming. 

Bye for now: RHOD was Bravo's ninth installment of the franchise, which includes Orange County, New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Miami, Potomac and Salt Lake City

Bye for now: RHOD was Bravo’s ninth installment of the franchise, which includes Orange County, New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Miami, Potomac and Salt Lake City

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