BravOMG: Bravo Greenlights 11 All New Shows and Has 8 in Development
Oh my god, Bravo is giving us so much new programming my heart will explode (with joy). Before we get into it, I just want to put it out there that I think Pregnant in Heels will become the new Millionaire Matchmaker--the show we watch because it makes rich people look really crazy. And next week, a dog pees on a wedding dress. Onward! Here are the new shows Bravo is picking up:

First off, there are a few Revamps of Old Favorites:

Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis
The description from NBC Universal: "Everyone's favorite obsessive-compulsive house-flipper is taking on a new role - as a therapist? 'Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis' follows Jeff and Jenni as they move into someone else's home and Jeff does what Jeff does best: redesign their space and judge their flaws. He'll observe the homeowners, diagnose their problems, and then take over their house for five days - with the goal of improving them inside and out. Of course he does this by using a combination of brutal honesty, impeccable design, and a few unique solutions that only Jeff Lewis could come up with, but he has his trusted assistant Jenni and his loyal housekeeper Zoila along for the ride to make sure he doesn't go too far over the line. This time, Jeff's not just redesigning a space; he's redesigning people's lives.

Tabatha Takes Over
NBC: "Tabatha Coffey, the tressed-to-kill queen of salon transformations, hits the road again - but this time she's taking over more than just salons. 'Tabatha Takes Over' follows the demanding perfectionist as she takes over various small businesses and family enterprises and whips them into shape."

Million Dollar Listing NY
NBC: "'Million Dollar Listing' has been known to show some of the biggest and most expensive properties that California has to offer, but now it's time for the East Coast to showcase its luxury properties. 'Million Dollar Listing NY' follows some of Manhattan's most relentless realtors as they close multi-million dollar deals faster than a yellow cab runs a red light. This docu-series sets out to prove that if you can make it/afford it here...well, you know the rest."

Familiar Faces

It's a Brad Brad World (working title)

YES! Brad Goreski, of The Rachel Zoe Project, is getting his own show! I. Die.
From NBC: "The New York Times called him 'The Zelig of Fashion Week' and anyone who knows anything about style knows that Brad Goreski is someone to watch. The quintessential trendsetter, and former Rachel Zoe assistant, is going into business for himself. "It's a Brad Brad World" follows Goreski as he embarks on his new business venture and tries to maintain his personal life. The docu-series gives an all-access pass to an exciting year of career firsts including - Paris fashion week, the Cannes film festival, the men's runway shows and the summer couture shows - and each new experience is sure to be sink or swim. As usual, all eyes are on Mr. Brad Goreski... but this time, he's got everything at stake."

Mad Fashion
Two words: Chris March.
NBC: "'Mad Fashion' presents an up-close look at the over-the-top world of celebrity fashion designer Chris March. From concept to delivery, each episode follows March, the former Project Runway alum, and his eccentric crew of fashion misfits as they create one-of-a-kind designs for his loyal clientele. From Jennifer Coolidge's Mardi-Gras float ensemble to model Chrissy Teigen's gown for the MET Costume Gala - no event is too outrageous for this team. Tensions are sure to rise as March pushes the boundaries of fashion and challenges his clients' comfort zones. In the end, will the design fulfill the client's fashion fantasy or will it turn out to be more than they can handle?"

New Shows

The Therapists
"Centered on some of the top private practices in Los Angeles, "The Therapists" follows the professional and personal lives of our dynamic experts as they counsel a wide array of patients. As we follow our therapists' personal stories, we'll see that just because they are professionally trained to treat other people's problems doesn't mean they don't have their own fair share of issues to deal with."

Miss Advised
(side note: Ashley Tisdale is an Executive Producer on this project!)
NBC: "This revealing documentary project follows three single relationship experts - all of whom make a living dispensing advice - on and off the job. In each episode, viewers will watch these women juggle their work and personal lives as they maneuver thru the dating world and discover whether or not they practice what they preach."

Most Eligible: Dallas
Yes, yes, yes, FINALLY they're doing a reality show about Dallas.
NBC: "They're young, they're hot, they're single - they're Dallas' Most Eligible. From beauty queens to pro-football players, this group of Texas socialites puts NY and LA nightlife to shame. It's true what they say, everything's bigger in Texas - including the drama especially when it comes to dating. Some are looking for true love while others have perfected the art of the one-night stand, and somehow their love lives have all crossed paths at one time or another. Dallas serves as the sexy backdrop for this jaw-dropping docu-series that follows a group of successful friends living it up like only Texas socialites can."

Project Soulmate
It's not Millionaire Matchmaker because she's in NY and has a husband and a baby. And I don't think her clients are all crazy/slimy millionaires.
NBC: "Some say it's impossible to find your soulmate in a place like New York City - but they haven't met Lori Zaslow, New York's most devoted matchmaker. NYC is cut-throat and so is Zaslow. She tells it like it is as she hits the sleepless streets of Manhattan searching tirelessly for love for her clients. Happily married for 10 years to her business partner and fashion-guru husband, Bryan Zaslow, this Manhattan cupid knows what it takes to find true love and keep it sizzling, even while juggling the demands of motherhood."

Ready to Wear (working title)
"From the classic Chanel suit to this season's hottest Jimmy Choos', the team working at the Second Time Around high-end consignment shop have access to the best fashion finds New York City has to offer. Far from the land of thrift, this sassy shop makes dreams come true for shoppers looking for designer fashions on a budget. "Ready to Wear" follows four eccentric store employees as they go out searching the attics, closets and garages of New York's elite. These fashionistas are demanding about how they curate their racks and they need to be with such demanding clientele. From the savvy socialite to the downtown hipster, this group has to deal with big personalities looking to either make back some money or find their fashion dream come true."

Roble and Co.
"Chef Roblé Ali has cooked for everyone from red carpet rock stars to award-winning actors. But nothing is more intimidating than running your own catering Brooklyn...with your bossy big sister. This docu-series follows Roblé & Co as they launch a new catering business and juggle world-class events for New York socialites and mega media moguls all while trying to keep their many flare ups down to a simmer."

[NBC Universal]

But wait, there's more!

In addition to these 11 new projects, and five returning shows, Bravo has 8 new projects in development, and one of them is a scripted drama! 

Some of the new projects will feature groups of attractive women, like Women of Wall Street, or Gallery Girls. Other projects focus on just one person, in the vein of The Rachel Zoe Project. These shows are tentatively titled, The Annabel Tollman Project (fashion director-turned-journalist-turned-stylist), Jason of Beverly Hills (follows a jeweler), The Kristoffer Winters Project (a house flipper), and Untitled Decades Project (profiling the owners of two high end vintage boutiques).

Face Down is Bravo's first scripted project, that follows the trials and tribulations of a makeup artist. [The Hollywood Reporter]

You go, Bravo!

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