Bravo made a batch of programming moves today, with the cable channel revealing that the freshman series “The Real Housewives of Dallas” will be back for a second season, according to media reports. The channel is also expanding its “Southern Charm” franchise with the new show “Southern Charm Savannah.”
Bravo greenlighted “First Family of Hip Hop,” focused on the son and grandchildren of Sugar Hill Records founder Sylvia Robinson as they aim to bring the famous rap label back to prominence.
The channel also ordered “Relative Success with Tabatha,” focused on Australian hairstylist and salon owner Tabatha Coffey.
The cable net’s other renewals are “Southern Charm,” which returns for season four; and “Shahs of Sunset” and “Million Dollar Listing New York,” both of which get sixth seasons.
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