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Dash Dolls is an American reality television series that premiered on the E! The show is a spin-off of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The series features a group of young female employees, referred to as Dash Dolls, working in the Dash boutique in Hollywood which is owned by the Kardashian sisters. The series was greenlit on March 26, The network has ordered eight Dash dolls shalom episodes. Dash is a chain of retail stores which was founded in Dash dolls shalom the Kardashian sisters.

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There are several stores operating in the United States; the reality series is set in a boutique located in West Hollywood[3] which was opened in when the store was relocated from its original location in Calabasas, California.

Haqq and her twin sister Khadijah had served as co-managers of the retail store before the television series occurred.

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The reality series chronicles the daily life of the employees working in one of the Dash boutiques. Amy Amatangelo, reviewing the show for The Hollywood Reportershowed very little excitement by saying that "you've seen everything here before," and noticed very much resemblance to other reality television series, including " The Real HousewivesThe Real Dash dolls shalom and the mother ship: Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

The show premiered on September 20,in the United States on the E! The series continued to air on every Sunday night in the same timeslot.

The series is additionally broadcast on local versions of the network worldwide; in Australia the series premiered on September 22, [23] and in the United Kingdom on September 27, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Retrieved April 1, Retrieved April 2, Archived from the original on September 23, Retrieved September 8, TV by the Numbers Press release. Archived from the original on Dash dolls shalom 29, Retrieved September 14, The New York Observer.

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