Bravo adds another night of original programming
The new shows, as listed in a Bravo press release are:
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills": The franchise heads to the glamorous city that defines luxurious wealth and pampered privilege, a city where being seen and who you know are everything. This one-hour docu-series is being produced by Evolution Media ("The Real Housewives of Orange County").
"Miami Social Club": This docu-series follows Miami's social elite -- a glamorous circle where money, hard work, status and beauty rule. MC Filmworks is producing this series and the title is tentative.
"Million Dollar Decorators": Explore the work and personal lives of some of L.A.'s hottest high-end interior decorators as they navigate a world where millions of dollars and massive egos are constantly on the line. Goodbye Pictures is producing it.
"Pregnant in Heels": Rosie Pope has managed to create a thriving business as the owner/designer of Rosie Pope Maternity, the ultra high-end maternity brand for the most sophisticated and urban mothers-to-be. Rosie -- the tough talking, straight-shooting coach for the most privileged expecting mothers of Manhattan -- advises her clients on everything from planning baby showers and hiring staff to decorating nurseries and organizing Brazilian waxing for the labor room. Shout Media is producing this series.
Bravo is also developing a docu-series following "So You Think You Can Dance" Emmy-winning choreographer Mia Michaels; an international food competition series; and a Darren Star-produced musical drama following a straight, married affluent power broker in New York who leads a double life as a drag queen.The returning series include: "The Fashion Show 2," "Million Dollar Listing 4," "The Real Housewives of Atlanta 3," and "Tabatha's Salon Takeover 3."
-- Maria Elena Fernandez (follow me on Twitter @writerchica)