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'Real Housewives' Head to Beverly Hills

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 10th 2010 4:22PM
Mia MichaelsGet ready for the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.'

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bravo has given the go-ahead to four new series, including a Beverly Hills edition of its popular 'Real Housewives' franchise. (We're already imagining a crossover episode with the nearby 'Real Housewives of Orange County.')

Also getting the greenlight are 'Miami Social Club,' a reality series that chronicles the lives of Miami socialites, but apparently has nothing to do with Bravo's other Miami-based series, 'Miami Social,' 'Million Dollar Decorators,' about high-end designers, and the New York-based 'Pregnant in Heels.'Mia MichaelsGet ready for the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.'

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bravo has given the go-ahead to four new series, including a Beverly Hills edition of its popular 'Real Housewives' franchise. (We're already imagining a crossover episode with the nearby 'Real Housewives of Orange County.')

Also getting the greenlight are 'Miami Social Club,' a reality series that chronicles the lives of Miami socialites, but apparently has nothing to do with Bravo's other Miami-based series, 'Miami Social,' 'Million Dollar Decorators,' about high-end designers, and the New York-based 'Pregnant in Heels.'

Meanwhile, the network has given new season orders to four of its regular series -- the 'Fashion Show,' 'Million Dollar Listing,' 'Tabitha's Salon Takeover' and 'Real Housewives of Atlanta.'

Other projects in development include a docu-series about 'So You Think You Can Dance' choreographer Mia Michaels and two culinary programs: 'Around the World in 80 Plates' and 'Commander in Chef.' '80 Plates' features beginner chefs facing challenges around the globe and 'Commander' has chefs battling in head-to-head competitions.

Bravo is also developing 'Fashion Masters,' a new series like 'Top Chef Masters,' but with clothing designers, and a singer-songwriter competition series 'Hitmakers.'

And in a bit of a surprise, the network also announced that it will venture into the world of scripted programming, including a project from 'Sex and the City' creator Darren Star. The show, titled 'I'm Not Myself These Days,' is a musical drama based on the book of the same name. The series will chronicle the life of New York broker who leads a double life as a drag queen.

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