"Little Women: Dallas" premieres Wednesday, November 2 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime. 

"Little Women: Dallas" premieres Wednesday, November 2 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime. 

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Another reality franchise has gone West.

Little Women: Dallas will begin its run Nov. 2 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime. It joins four other reality TV shows under the Little Women banner: Atlanta, LA, NY and Terra's Little Family. (Yes, the same Terra Jole is also competing on Dancing With the Stars this season on ABC.)

"Limited docuseries" Little Weddings will premiere Nov. 23.

There are six women in the cast. Two of them are from the Atlanta show, making it a true, old-fashioned spinoff: Fan favorite Emily Hernandez, also known as "Right Cheek," moved back to Texas to be near family after her infant son died in August. Her friend Bri Barlup, also known as "Left Cheek," moved with her BFF. She's a "model/dancer."

(L to R) Bri Barlup and Emily Fernandez starred in the first season of "Little Women: Atlanta."

(L to R) Bri Barlup and Emily Fernandez starred in the first season of "Little Women: Atlanta."

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The rest:

Tiffani Chance is thinking of settling down with her boyfriend, her sweetheart since high school, which was just in 2013. But her friends aren't really feeling it.

Amanda Loy is a competitive bodybuilder, getting top finishes. Her nickname is "Tiny Titan." According to the press release, "she struggles with demons."

Caylea Woodbury, who is the youngest lady in the group, moved from New Hampshire. She "is currently working as a go-go dancer by the name of 'Lil' Twerk'."

Asta Young and her husband, Ty, work together at a bar. Young is also a well-known cosplayer.

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