After months of waiting, Bravo announced that "The Real Housewives of Dallas" is returning to the network. It had been months of waiting in anticipation, as the fans of the show desperately wanted a second season. The network hadn’t given any word on when the show would return, and fans found it odd, as “#The Real Housewives of Potomac” was airing and it was nearing the end of the show.

#Leeanne Locken, Stephanie Hollman, and Brandi Redmond kept teasing that they had filmed the second season of the show and that they were just waiting for Bravo to announce it. Perhaps they were waiting to see if the show would even continue.

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As it turns out, Bravo recently announced the show would return the summer and fans are excited. But there is one thing that fans do not necessarily have to deal with this year.

No more charity

Season one was plagued with the competition of charity work, and it became very redundant very fast. Leeanne Locken was one of the housewives on the show who kept Priding herself on doing amazing things in the community and wanted to be recognized for her charitable donations and work. But fans were tired of who was the best at giving and helping other people need. This was why many people thought that the Dallas franchise would be canceled. It was simply too boring to watch. It didn’t matter to fans who gave the most money to what charity.

According to a new tweet, Stephanie Hollman is not revealing that fans should be excited to learn that there is little to no charity on the second season of “The #Real Housewives of Dallas.” It sounds like the ladies of Dallas learned that fans were growing tired of them arguing over who was giving more, who was helping more than others, and who had the most money to give.

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But based on her tweet, it sounds like the ladies take a completely different approach to the new season.

‘Very entertaining’ season ahead

All of the ladies in Dallas have revealed that the second season will be very entertaining and that it is much more dramatic than what had been previously anticipated. However, they haven't revealed what the show is about, who gets along, or even who is returning to the show. It sounds like fans will have to wait and see what the show could be about if they remove the main theme from the first season, which has been charity. "The Real Housewives of Dallas" returns to Bravo this summer and it sounds like the ladies of Dallas are excited to be back on the network with brand new storylines.

Are you excited for the return of "The Real Housewives of Dallas?”