"The Real Housewives of Dallas" (left-rright) Stephanie Hollman, Cary Deuber, Shari Levine, Executive Vice President Current Production, Bravo Media; Brandi Redmond, Tiffany Hendra, Lee Anne Locken -- (Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal) (2016 NBCUniversal Media, LLC.) Bravo is turning up the Southern charm with the new series, “The Real Housewives of Dallas.” Brandi Redmond, Stephanie Hollman, Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra, and Lee Anne Locken spoke to reporters at the NBC Summer Press Day about what separates the Dallas cast from the rest of the “Housewives” brands. We're very multifaceted.” That doesn’t mean their show will be drama free. For us, I think that you will probably never see physical stuff that's happened in some of the ‘Housewives’ shows.” Redmond insisted to reporters that the show is genuine.
“You've heard the stereotypes of a Southern woman,” Hendra said. “I think when you have five dynamic women together, you get wound up no matter what,” Deuber said. “And I can say that from actually being on it, it is real,” she said.
Former Bravo executive Andy “The Gawd” Cohen has left his perch in the boardroom to assume his spot in the playhouse, so what does Bravo do to add a little life to the programming slate? This week, Bravo announced 10 new shows, each as “I can’t tell if this is the best or worst idea I have ever heard” as the next.
So, naturally, we here at Lowbrow Highlights headquarters decided to dedicate the column to examining what the “performing arts” channel has in store for us in 2015.
Here’s how Courtney described the show, in her own words:“I would describe it as a 31-year-old single gal, who loves Dallas, who’s just kind of navigating her way through the city that is filled with 30,000 millionaires.
And I think it’s tough being my age and being single, because if you meet a single guy, you’re like, “Okay, you’ve dated a friend who’s dated a friend, and I know everything already about you and I’ve never shook your hand.” So it’s tough. People that like me, that were fans of me on And regarding Matt Nordgren’s appearance:“Matt does make an appearance, and I think people will be shocked — I think people are expecting one thing when it comes Matt and I’s relationship, but I think, um, I think people in Dallas are going to be high-fiving me the next day after they see Matt Nordgren’s appearance.”Oooh that sounds juicy!
We love them all -- but we Judging what makes the "best" Housewife is sort of like trying to determine what is the most excellent kind of candy. At least it has Lee Anne Locken, a three-headed reality-TV Gorgon. As for Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, Stephanie Hollman, Tiffany Hendra, and Marie Reyes, as they say in Texas, "bless their hearts." ): Other than her weird, tenuous connection to the O. ): This one-season wonder had an awful husband, an injured "pistachio," and a really bizarre sense of humor.
There are many different factors to consider, and personal taste plays a large part. However, she talked candidly about her struggles with an eating disorder, a display of refreshing honesty on the topic little seen on TV.
After having her heart broken by best friend, Matt Nordgren, Courtney continues to try to find the love of her life (and he must be a perfect Southern gentleman of course!“I wanted a sounding board to make sure that the most important things in my life, which is my family, were taken care of before anything else.And I can say with multiple seasons, like, my family is my priority.franchise has captivated audiences with ostentatious wealth, narcissistic behavior, ridiculous arguments, and more dance singles than a gay disco could play over a weekend.To date, 98 full-time Housewives have graced our screens so far. She's trying very hard (and has a hot husband), but there is little to recommend that she get a contract for another season.