Extra servings of food and New Jersey are coming to Bravo.
In a programming announcement today, the network officially renewed The Real Housewives of Orange County, while also ordering a quartet of other programs.
Said Shari Levine, senior vice president of production at Bravo Media: "We are confident these new series will reinforce Bravo's pop culture brand and resonate with our engaged and upscale audience."
The new shows are:
- Around the World in 80 Plates, in which "chefs will travel to various countries testing their skills in some of the greatest and most challenging restaurants around the globe."
- Paint the Town, a docu-series that "gives viewers an inside look into the lives of six young women who moved to New York City with the dream of living a chic, fashionable, art-filled existence."
- Newlyweds: The First Year, which "explores the ups and downs of marriage with this unique docu-series as six diverse couples from across the country experience the trials and tribulations of their first year of marriage."
- Thicker Than Water: The Marinos, a look into the of the Marino family. Whoever the heck they are.