A family member of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is part of a slate of new programming in the works at Bravo, B&C reports.
The cable channel rolled out plans for an ambitious roster of original programs, including its first scripted original shows — setting their premieres for 2013.
The announcement came as Bravo greenlighted 11 new unscripted series, including one called "Silicon Valley," which will star Internet entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg, the piece notes. Zuckerberg is the sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The network has two scripted shows in development: "22 Birthdays," about parents of children at an exclusive private school, and "Blowing Sunshine," about staff and patients at a private rehab center, the story notes.
Other new series include "Below Deck," about the crew of a luxury yacht, and "SUR," about the Hollywood restaurant owned by ‘Real Housewives’ cast member Lisa Vanderpump, the piece notes.
The network also renewed several returning series, including "Flipping Out" and "Tabatha Takes Over," the story says.
The moves are part of a 27% increase in original programming for Bravo, the report adds.