Bravo apparently loves Atlanta as a reality television setting — as evidenced by the network’s decision to greenlight two new unscripted series, reports Deadline.com.
"Taking Atlanta" (working title) tells the story of a group of ambitious Georgians who are trying to make it in the fashion, music, real estate and hospitality industries. "Married to Medicine" covers the lives of women who are doctors or doctors’ wives who circulate in that part of the Atlanta social scene.
As we reported Monday, Kim Zolciak will be back with a second season of her Atlanta-based show "Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding" — which will be renamed now that Zolciak is married. Zolciak will no longer be part of Bravo’s "Real Housewives of Atlanta."