The Real Housewives of Dallas are coming back on Bravo on Tuesday, Jan. 5, joined by Tiffany Moon and Jennifer David Long ahead of season 5.
The Real Housewives of Dallas is finally coming back to Bravo at the start of 2021! The hit show’s fifth season will premiere on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at 9 p.m. ET. Entertainment Tonight has the first look and boy, it is a look! Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, D’Andra Simmons, Kameron Westcott, and Kary Brittingham will be joined by new housewife Tiffany Moon and official friend of the cast, Jennifer Davis Long.
Stephanie is starting her own foundation after being a stay-at-home mom for a long time, so her storyline will show her balancing work life and fun life. Brandi is definitely going to face the heat of her racially charged video from the end of last season. LeeAnne Locken was fired from the show for a combination of reasons, but her remarks calling Kary a “Mexican” we sure to be a part of it.
It seems Tiffany is going to hold Brandi to her mistakes and even though it’s her first season, we hope it has some impact on her. Tiffany comes across as a bit bossy in the clip, telling the ladies “no fighting and be honest. I know that’s really hard in this group.” Tiffany, a successful anesthesiologist from Beijing, China, opens up about her life and juggling working and raising her twin daughters. Being from China, it makes sense that she would be a critical part of helping Brandi realize and overcome her mistakes.
They keep talking about how they are quarantining, but it just looks like the usual luxury vacations and high glam. In between all of that drama, there seems to be some kind of murder mystery party, some terrible 80’s outfits, and D’Andra struggling with her mom some more. Kameron’s storyline seems to about selling her house, which sounds lackluster but it is the best we’ve got in 2020! Kary is focusing on her family life as well while trying to reconnect with her mom after the pandemic opened her eyes to some things.
The Real Housewives of Dallas is always a good time, and season five looks like no exception to that. We are looking forward to watching the ladies have some fun without LeeAnne on the cast anymore, and it looks like they moved on just fine.
The Real Housewives of Dallas will be back Tuesday, Jan. 5, at 9 p.m. ET.