Little Women: Dallas seemed to run from the room in a huff in December of 2016 after only eight episodes. Now, the show is coming back just as quickly.
'Little Women: Dallas' will return Wednesday, April 12, to Lifetime with a promise of "shaking things up."
When we left the cast in December, Tiffani Chance had kicked Austin out and asked for a hug and a kiss as he was leaving in the Uber she called for him (but in the previews at the end of the hour, he was proposing); Asta Young and her husband Ty were asking trust-funded Emily Fernandez to invest in their proposed bar; Brichelle is still using questions as if they are blunt objects; Emily wants another baby with Lontel; Amanda Loy's in it but says she won't move for love; and Caylea Woodbury is in awe at the State Fair of Texas.
What was Bri doing?
Why, she was helping Emily, who is still dealing with the loss of her infant son, JJ. Bri was also dealing with an identity crisis, as she attempts to move on from being the "Left Cheek" to partner-in-dance Emily's "Right."
This second part of the season will have five episodes, according to Lifetime show representatives. For this half of the season, viewers are promised "major life changes" and "twists and turns in their romantic relationships."
It sounds as if it's the stuff of a recapper's dream.