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Wonderwall Logo By Megan Riedlinger of Wonderwall | Slide 2 of 20: "The Real Housewives of Dallas" is a fairly new franchise, but don't count the ladies out in the drama department. Fans are treated to a glimpse into the lives of wealthy Texans including besties Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond as well as controversial former carnival worker-turned-socialite LeeAnne Locken. Despite not being one of the most watched "Housewives" franchises, Dallas has often been progressive with casting and bringing social issues to the forefront. Season 4 shed light on racism within the community when the show's first Mexican American housewife, Kary Brittingham, joined the show, causing LeeAnne to leave the series. And season 5 introduced Tiffany Moon, Bravo's first Asian American housewife, right as Brandi was in the hot seat after an insensitive video mocking Asians was brought to light.

19. "The Real Housewives of Dallas"

"The Real Housewives of Dallas" is a fairly new franchise, but don't count the ladies out in the drama department. Fans are treated to a glimpse into the lives of wealthy Texans including besties Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond as well as controversial former carnival worker-turned-socialite LeeAnne Locken. Despite not being one of the most watched "Housewives" franchises, Dallas has often been progressive with casting and bringing social issues to the forefront. Season 4 shed light on racism within the community when the show's first Mexican American housewife, Kary Brittingham, joined the show, causing LeeAnne to leave the series. And season 5 introduced Tiffany Moon, Bravo's first Asian American housewife, right as Brandi was in the hot seat after an insensitive video mocking Asians was brought to light.

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