Bravo has announced its new slate of programming for the upcoming year. On the list are three returning Real Housewives syndicates as well as two returning spin-offs and two new spin-offs.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta will return for season 7, New Jersey will be back for season 6, and Beverly Hills gets a season 5. Teresa Giudice, of RHONJ, is rumored to still be filming for the show despite her legal battles. There has still been no official confirmation from Bravo.

The Real Housewives of Miami is conspicuously missing from this list, but Bravo still has yet to announce cancellation, though the ratings have been historically lower than the other shows in the franchise.

RHOBH star Lisa Vanderpump’s spin-off, Vanderpump Rules was also renewed for season 3, although break-out star Stassi Schroeder may not be returning.

Former star of RHOA, Kim Zolciak will also be back to Bravo for her second season of Don’t Be Tardy. The show chronicles Kim’s life with her husband and Atlanta Falcons player Kroy Biermann and their six kids.

Like other Housewife brides before her, Bravo had the cameras rolling for RHOA star Kandi Burruss’s wedding, which happened just this past weekend. The show is still working on a title (Don’t Be Tardy to the Wedding is already taken) but it will document Kandi’s trip down the aisle with fiance Todd Tucker. With a Coming to America-themed wedding, watch out for cameos by bridesmaid Phaedra Parks and other Atlanta housewives Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore. And probably some trouble-making by Mama Joyce, too.

And last but not least, the official announcement of Caroline Manzo’s Manzo’d With Children, her spin-off of RHONJ. Unlike the Zolciak-Biermanns, Caroline and her husband Albert are still juggling the family business and their three adult children. The show is set to debut later this year and will feature the Manzos and all of their crazy and Lauren Manzo’s engagement.

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Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV