Bravo Orders More 'Flipping Out' and Other Docu-Series
Bravo Orders More 'Flipping Out' and Other Docu-Series
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
After delivering record-breaking ratings success for Bravo, the network announced the renewal of four documentary series, including Flipping Out, The Rachel Zoe Project, Million Dollar Listing and Tabatha's Salon Takeover. These programs have delivered one or more telecasts that hit or exceeded the million total viewers mark this year, which is enough reason for the network to add these shows to its upcoming slate.

"Bringing these compelling personalities back was a no-brainer," said Frances Berwick, Bravo executive vice president and general manager, said in a statement.  "Our audience has grown an affection for each of these larger-than-life, talented characters and wants to see more of their lives and careers.

Flipping Out,
which returns for its third season, follows obsessive-compulsive house-flipper Jeff Lewis and his team as they keep the business afloat during the rough economy.  However, it won't be all business in the upcoming season of Flipping Out as Jerry will also be lending his expertise in planning his brother's wedding.

Also returning for a third season is Million Dollar Listing, a series that centers on three young and aggressive real estate agents in Los Angeles as they make a fortune selling multi-million dollar properties in the most exclusive neighborhoods Hollywood, Malibu and Beverly Hills.

The Rachel Zoe Project, on the other hand, centers on the glamorous life of celeb stylist Rachel Zoe and how she juggles award season, fashion shows and finding the perfect outfit for an A-list star.  For the second sophomore season, the show will delve further into the inner workings of Hollywood's hottest celebrity stylist.

Last but not the least, Tabatha's Salon Takeover returns with former Shear Genius contestant Tabatha Coffey and her no-nonsense, tough-love approach to revamping failing hair salons, all on the verge of collapse and in dire need of her skilled business direction.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Bravo
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