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New Bravo Reality Series Searches for San Antonio Glam

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Bravo, the network behind Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, is turning its lens on San Antonio again. - COURTESY OF REAL HOUSEWIVES FACEBOOK PAGE
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  • Bravo, the network behind Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, is turning its lens on San Antonio again.
It was just a matter of time before the reality-TV spotlight shone on San Antonio again.

Bravo, the network that brought us those boozing and bruising Real Housewives, has green lit a show that will follow a "group of affluent U.S. citizens and recently naturalized citizens of Mexican descent" living in the Alamo City. Details are scant at this point. So scant, in fact, that the network's using the working title Untitled San Antonio Project for the program.

It's not the first time S.A.'s had a similar shot at small-screen infamy. A season of A&E's Flip This House followed San Antonio's property-flipping Montelongo family and Bravo filmed much of Top Chef: Texas here.

Before anyone gets too excited about the Alamo City joining the ranks of Beverly Hills, New York and other glitzy spots where Real Housewives have shit-talked each other, consider the locations of Bravo's other newly announced shows. One follows exes designing homes in Oklahoma City and another tracks a diverse group that moves to the bustling (and no doubt open-minded) metropolis of Waverly, Kansas.

Yee-haw, San Antone!

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