Did Bravo cancel The Real Housewives of Dallas?

Bravo announced that it has no plans to bring The Real Housewives of Dallas back next year, following a dispute between cast members, however, it has not been cancelled.

Bravo’s broad Real Housewives universe is getting somewhat smaller. Bravo announced on Tuesday, 17 August 2021, that The Real Housewives of Dallas will not return for season six next year, and that it may not air again at all.

A spokesperson for Bravo recently stated, “There are currently no plans to bring The Real Housewives of Dallas back year, and beyond that nothing official has been decided.” The network also stated that it has no plans at the time to go back into production.

Even though Bravo currently has no plans to go back into production on the show, The Real Housewives of Dallas has not been officially cancelled. In fact, Bravo rarely cancels its shows. The Real Housewives of Miami ended in 2013 after three seasons, however, it is now being revived eight years later for Peacock.

The Real Housewives of Dallas premiered in 2016, and it was the ninth edition of the Real Housewives franchise. The show concluded airing its most recent season in May 2021. However, the show had a sour fifth season, which led to Bravo putting it aside for now. In season five, Dr. Tiffany Moon, who is Asian, joined the cast. She faced racially insensitive remarks from various other housewives, along with their husbands.

Brandi Redmond told Moon that she made her uncomfortable, and that she could not be herself around Moon. Another cast member, Kameron Westcott, and Moon had several arguments throughout the season. The two of them argued on Twitter as well, especially over Westcott’s appearance on the Bravo talk show, What Happens Live. During the show, Westcott compared Moon to a Thai sex worker.

The dispute got so heated that Bravo released a statement rallying behind Moon. The network currently has three other Real Housewives series on air; New York City, Beverly Hills and Potomac, with several others in production.