More Rachel Zoe on Bravo? That's bananas.
Bravo has ordered new seasons of its hit docudramas "The Rachel Zoe Project," "Tabatha's Salon Takeover," "Flipping Out" and "Million Dollar Listing," it was announced Monday.
"Bringing these compelling personalities back was a no-brainer," says Frances Berwick, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Bravo. "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."
"Rachel Zoe" revolves around 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. "Tabatha's Salon Takeover" centers on former "Shear Genius" contestant Tabatha Coffey and her no-nonsense, tough-love approach to revamping failing hair salons. Both series debuted this past season on Bravo and averaged a more than a million total viewers.
On the real estate side, "Flipping Out" will return for a third season to follow the exacting renovator/speculator Jeff Lewis as he flips multi-million dollar houses, handles his OCDs, berates his employees and plans his brother's wedding. Also returning for a third season is "Million Dollar Listing, which follows the lives of young and rich real estate magnates Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand and Chad Rogers. Both shows also scored more than a million total viewers apiece.
Bravo Renews 'Rachel Zoe,' 'Tabatha's Salon'
'Flipping Out' and "Million Dollar Listing' will also return for third seasons
Rachel Zoe, 'The Rachel Zoe Project'
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