Tonight on CMT, Texas Women Start Embarrassing Us

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Texas women? Fine. But not all Texas women.
Here's what reality TV does: It takes the worst stereotypes about places and people and rolls them up into one big awful stereotype and then it makes a show about how "real" it is. Meet Texas Women, a new reality series premiering tonight at 9 p.m. on cable's CMT channel. It follows Ali Dee, Brooke Jeter, Hannah Helvey and Anna Hunt, four hard-drinkin', horse-ridin', woo-hooin' women.

We don't know if the show will be the Cowtown version of Jersey Shore, but there's a bar fight early on. Between two of the girls. And despite what the release below states, they aren't wearing gloves when the punching begins.

Debutantes, they ain't.

After the jump, see how CMT sells it:

These women aren't afraid to grab the bull by the horns. In CMT's new series Texas Women, premiering Thursday, July 14 at 9 p.m. CT, viewers get a peek inside the lives of four young, gorgeous and sassy women who work and play in the Lone Star State. Fort Worth, Texas, is the home of rodeo, barbeque, honky tonks and four women whose days are as wild as their nights. With Ali Dee, an aspiring country singer, Brooke Jeter, a professional barrel racer, Anna Hunt, a wild stock contractor, and Hannah Helvey, a dedicated party girl, they couldn't be more different. Yet these country divas combine forces to stir up trouble wherever they go. The series kicks off as Hannah and Anna become roommates, but quickly realize they are opposites in every way. The gloves come off - literally - as they end up in a physical altercation. The subsequent tension forces the other girls to pick sides, but in the end these southern belles get their priorities in order: they head to the bar, determined to move on as if nothing ever happened.
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Vgilbrea
Vgilbrea

Inaccurate.  I can tell you from my experience observing Fort Worth women as a person originally from the North that this is false.  Fort Worth women don't have their own jobs or ambitions.  They live off their husbands that they married for money.  They are usually uneducated, and if they are educated they do nothing with their degrees.  Talking to them is no use.  They usually don't want to talk about anything besides articles that one would find in any celebrity magazine.  Oh, and the hair is all wrong.  Fort Worth women's hair usually look a hell of a lot more dry and unhealthy than these women, you know-from all the bleaching.  In fact, I would say the women on the show are a lot more empowered than actual Fort Worth women.  I give this show a D- for accuracy.

Rebekah
Rebekah

Disgusting interpretation of Texas Women. We ARE NOT all snotty rich brats who spend their daddy's money on stupid crap. Most of us work hard for our money and have respect for those we call friends. Although I have to disagree with most others here. Hannah is the most real, at least she will straight up tell you she parties, and I find Alie Dee to be intolerable and the fakest human alive. She and Brooke are terrible and I can't even understand why someone would be friends with them. Anna is just obnoxious.

WYOgirl
WYOgirl

I do not watch the show however I do know that Anna Hunt is involved with a married man.  She is a trifling hoe.  She does not understand that she is in the wrong and instead blames the whole ordeal on the wife!  What a disgrace to all women.  Sad, really.

Kamagra
Kamagra

How embarrassing. The women co-runners of the week are Logan Waites of Ole ... That's why the SEC isn't afraid to stay at 13 for a bit presuming Texas A&M ...

ND gal
ND gal

I am a 48 yr old woman living in North Dakota and have shown horses for years while working full time outside the home to support my horse habit.  I have never been to Texas so thought it would be fun to watch this show, as I like the things on CMT.  I was quite shocked and disappointed by the way they act, drive, and treat each other. After reading the other comments about this show, I am relieved to hear that Texas has much better women than this show is protraying.  When the barrel racer was driving her pickup pulling her loaded horse trailer, and let go of the wheel to do her make up - I almost fell off my couch!  I try not to do stupid stuff when I drive my car, but I certainly clean up my act when pulling trusting animals down the road!  I also would like to know how they can pay for such gorgeous homes, barns, and all that booze without jobs!?!

Sissy1
Sissy1

I really like this show. I am a country girl too, one of them has to be too young & she is really "not one of the girls" Clearly obvious.Laziness is not a good thing & then try to hang with the others. And another thing the whiny voice is not a big deal in Texas. I have several friends these girls remind me of. They work hard & party hard.

Bordelon_catherine
Bordelon_catherine

Pull your head out of your ass and get over it! It's good television and screw off if you don't like it. You don't have to watch it. Obviously you have nothing to do other than comment about this show so you must find something entertaining about it!

Chad
Chad

What an annoying show! Besides the country singer and the cattle contractor, the other two are dumb as doornails. The only person I've ever heard talk like a two year old besides the barrel racer Brooke Jeter, is my brothers ex-wife, also a barrel racer (go figure). And the other idiot, Hannah Helvey came straight from the Jersey Shore. I grew up in the country outside Houston and it saddens me to see CMT portray Texas women this way. As a Marine, I've been all over this great country and I can tell you our women are the best. This makes them look stupid. Just my opinion.

Sarah
Sarah

As a proud Fort Worth, Texas woman born & raised, I have to say that I am thoroughly embarrassed by this shows representation of Country Women here in the Fort Worth area. Texas is a great backdrop for any show & I can see why CMT would want to film here. I just wish they had cast beautiful, intelligent women with class (because there are a slew to choose from here) instead of just picking the Dallas Mavericks girl and her friends.

TammyWhyNot
TammyWhyNot

Ridiculous! REALLY?? I'm a Texas woman...born and raised. My close girlfriends are Texas. We do NOT fight amongst ourselves and are not caddy to each other. True Texas women have class and GRIT....things that these women do not have. They are boring and have to manufacture cat fights in an effort to make their pathetic little group interesting. Sorry, it didn't work, girls. My girlfriends and I stick together through thick and thin. We don't fight amongst ourselves. When we get together, all we do is laugh and talk 'freely' and have a great time. I've heared that only 1 of the girls is actually from TEXAS!!!! REALLY????!!!!! CMT, you need to try again. This one gets a big fat 'F' for 'FAILURE'. Try finding some REAL TEXAS women.

John
John

Well we don't get the series up here in Canada and I'm sure like most "reality" programs it's probably bad but I can say for sure that real Texas women are awesome in my books!! ;)

TruTxGrl
TruTxGrl

I am very disappointed to learn that two of these women aren't even from Texas!!!!! They are not native Texans born and raised. So, in all actuality they should not be classified as a Texas Woman!!!!

Iwespo
Iwespo

I only watched the first few minutes of the show....Brooke Jeter's voice was too whiny for me !!Everytime she spoke it seem to get worse...did anyone else pick up on that?

Sophia
Sophia

"With Ali Dee, an aspiring country singer, Brooke Jeter, a professional barrel racer, Anna Hunt, a wild stock contractor, and Hannah Helvey, a dedicated party girl, they couldn't be more different. "Oy. They're different ... how? They don't even have different hairdos. Oh wait, one is brunette.

Robert
Robert

These young ladies will not call Elaine Liner ugly names like Danny Balis did Sophia Dembling.

Pam
Pam

I'm so glad someone finally said this publicly. I live in Fort Worth, and first off, if I saw someone on the street dressed like that (bad plaid shirts, ripped-up jeans, pointy boots, excess bling & bleachy hair extensions) they'd be laughed off the sidewalk. Also, one of the women (Hunt) doesn't even live in Fort Worth, she just moved here for the show? FAIL. I guess one more thing to further the stereotype that everyone in Texas says "y'all" and rides a horse to work. Saddened to see my hometown defiled in such a manner by these skanks.

Steve
Steve

This does not embarass me nearly as much as your incessant Fleshy Tatooed Whore Slideshows, Dallas Observer.

Anon
Anon

explain?

Reedsden63
Reedsden63

 { You're so right } -----  I've been reading all the negative comments......   I enjoy watching Texas Women...Come On It's just a show people........

Snagaspeck
Snagaspeck

Check out my page "CMT's Texas Women are Trifling Fucktards"

Snagaspeck
Snagaspeck

Hey check out my page "CMT's Texas Women are Trifling Fucktards" Let's force CMT to pull this show and stop making a mockery of REAL TEXAS WOMEN

CaitlynRae
CaitlynRae

Oh my gosh I would be so happy to help you remove this show. I'm from Oklahoma but I know a lot of Texans and man oh man does CMT have it wrong! I would hate to see CMT turn into a country MTV. So whatever I need to do to help, please let me know!

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