'The Real Housewives of Dallas' Not Returning Next Year

The Real Housewives of Dallas first premiered on Bravo in 2016

The future of The Real Housewives of Dallas is unclear.

The Bravo series, which most recently aired its fifth season, will not be returning for a sixth next year, Bravo confirmed on Tuesday.

"There are currently no plans to bring The Real Housewives of Dallas back next year," a spokesperson for the network tells PEOPLE.

As for the possibility of future seasons premiering at a later date, "nothing official has been decided," the network added.

The series' last season starred Kary Brittingham, Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, D'Andra Simmons, Kameron Westcott and Dr. Tiffany Moon, who was the most recent addition to the RHOD cast.

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Real Housewives of Dallas
Real Housewives of Dallas season 5 cast. Tommy Garcia/Virginia Sherwood/Jonathan Zizzo/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty

RHOD was first announced in 2015 as the ninth installment in Bravo's Real Housewives franchise. Season one premiered the following year, starring Hollman and Redmond, as well as Cary Deuber, Tiffany Hendra and LeeAnn Locken.

The franchise as a whole launched in March 2006 with The Real Housewives of Orange County. The Real Housewives of New York City and The Real Housewives of Atlanta followed in 2008; The Real Housewives of New Jersey in 2009; The Real Housewives of D.C. and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2010; The Real Housewives of Miami in 2011; and The Real Housewives of Potomac and RHOD in 2016.

The latest installment, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, premiered in 2020.

LeeAnne Locken, Brandi Redmond
LeeAnne Locken, Brandi Redmond on RHOD. Peter Larsen/Bravo

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RHOD is the third series in the franchise to come to an end — The Real Housewives of D.C. was canceled after one season in 2010 and Miami ended in 2013 after three seasons.

In February, however, it was announced that a reboot of The Real Housewives of Miami was in development at NBCUniversal's streaming platform, Peacock.

PEOPLE has also confirmed that the streaming service is developing two seasons of a Housewives mashup series.

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