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Get Excited: Six New Bravo Shows Are in Development

Find out what's in the works next.

By Jocelyn Vena

Bravo announced on Monday that six new unscripted series have been added to its development slate that will expand on the high-end real estate space as seen on Million Dollar Listing New York and Flipping Out.

“Bravo’s incredible equity in the high-end real estate space allows us to explore the biggest characters and most aspirational lifestyles, which are both key differentiators in this crowded landscape,” Rachel Smith, Senior Vice President, Development, said in a statement. “In addition, with a large stable of original series that continue to grow in the key demos, we’re able to take big swings in new spaces across many genres, and we’re excited to get these projects off the ground.”

Center Staged features married couple Adair Curtis and Jason Bolden, who are go-to stagers for the rich and famous in California. Million Dollar Home Hacks will show two couples (with the help of interior designers) who compete to transform their homes into “million dollar” interior inspired by a luxury property in the U.S.A. but without the hefty price tag. Flippin’ Exes includes ex-couple and current business partners, Nina Klemm and Michael LeSure, who buy, rehab, and sell homes in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The High School Project details the true stories of NYC's most elite students who grew up fast and partied hard in the Big Apple in the '90s. This series retells and recreates their most epic tales. Welcome to America is a social experiment that takes a small town in America with demographics that have remained the same for generations, and shakes things up to reflect different parts of the country. When certain residents move out for a month, newbies will move in. Empty Nesters features a group of friends who plan to send their kids to summer sleepaway camps, and that means when the kids are away, the parents will play.

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