Friday, July 1, 2016

Andy Cohen Talks Possible Return of 'Real Housewives of Dallas'
There was a lot of hype for the latest installment of Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchise. However, due to low ratings and backlash for the abundance of poop and charity conversations, it is uncertain whether or not "RHOD" has a chance at being renewed for a second season. Luckily, Andy Cohen recently discussed the chances of season 2 and what cast shake-ups fans could expect.

During an appearance on the "Kidd Kraddick Morning Show" for "Dish Nation," Andy confirmed that there is "potential" for season 2.

"There is a potential second season of the 'Real Housewives of Dallas,' you bet," Andy responded, according to Oh So Cynthia.

He then revealed that a possible cast shake-up could be in order for season 2. 

"We always shake [the cast] up a little bit. Now that the reunion has aired and all the dust is settling, we're taking a look back and reevaluating and figuring out who we want to keep and who we want to let go," he explained.

One of the show's hosts, Kellie Rasberry, then told Andy that "RHOD" needed to get rid of "poop and charity." Andy thought she meant that Brandi Redmond and LeeAnne Locken should be fired, since Brandi talked about poop while LeeAnne talked about charity, but Kellie meant that the show just needed to remove those topics of conversation.

Oh So Cynthia also confirmed that, if the series is renewed, filming would begin in September.
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