The network is looking for women in the Washington D.C. area who are actively involved in important events and are willing to be featured on the reality show.
On the heels of success pulled by the "Real Housewives" franchise, Bravo TV is taking one more spin-off under contract. The network has announced on Tuesday, May 26 that it will develop "The Real Housewives of D.C."
The casting in the capital city is underway with Maryland-based Half Yard Productions in charge of the project. The show is particularly looking for a set of women who are actively involved in "important cultural events, political galas, gallery openings and fundraisers in Washington society."
"We're tapping personalities who are among Washington D.C.'s influential players, cultural connoisseurs, fashion sophisticates and philanthropic leaders - the people who rub elbows with the most prominent people in the country and easily move in the cityâ��s diverse political and social circles," said Bravo Media executive VP and GM Frances Berwick.
Earlier this month, another casting call for the Beverly Hills area was also issued but this spin-off is not yet confirmed by the network.