The Real Housewives franchise is reportedly getting bigger, and as people say, everything's bigger in Texas.

Bravo is launching a new edition of The Real Housewives -- in Dallas, Texas, according to Us Weekly.

"All of the filming has been done, and it will be announced soon," a source close to production told Us.

The Real Housewives creator Andy Cohen reportedly hinted the news may be true during an interview this week with the SiriusXM show Reality Checked with Amy Phillips.

"I do [think there will be a new Housewives city], sooner than you think," Cohen noted.

The franchise has successfully kicked off shows in New York City, Beverly Hills, Orange County, Atlanta and New Jersey. The Real Housewives also taped Miami and Washington, D.C. editions, although those spinoffs didn't last.

Bravo declined comment when contacted.