Real Housewives of Dallas, watch out!
Another female-centric reality show about North Texas women is coming to the airwaves. Little Women: Dallas launches on Lifetime at 9 p.m. Nov. 2, according to a release Wednesday.
It’s the latest in a franchise that includes versions in Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles as well as Terra’s Little Family, the latter following the life of actress Terra Jole who is on this season’s edition of Dancing with the Stars.
All of these shows are cast with little people.
Actually, two of the Dallas cast members — model/dancer Bri Barlup (aka Left Cheek) and fan favorite Emily Fernandez (aka Right Cheek) — are from the Atlanta production. The other women are Asta Young (described as a cosplayer and “social media darling”), bodybuilder Amanda Loy, cheerleader Tiffani Chance, and go-go dancer Caylea Woodbury.
A preview video shows the “little ladies” letting loose with all sorts of Texas cliches, from boots and bull riding to football, fights and that oh-so-telegraphed line: “not everything is bigger in Texas.”
Set your DVRs!
Lifetime has another show involving little people called Little Weddings, a “special limited docuseries” that will run for three weeks beginning Nov. 23 at 8 p.m.