The network also revealed that it plans to add four new TV shows to its lineup: the food competition show Around the World in 80 Plates, the docu-series Paint the Town, the reality show Newlyweds: The First Year and the New Jersey-based show Thicker Than Water: The Marinos.
"Bravo's continued success is driven by our commitment to create original series that share an unfiltered and unique look inside our 'passion groups' of food, fashion, beauty, design and pop culture, all while uncovering memorable characters in the process," said senior vice president of production Shari Levine in a statement.
She continued: "We are confident these new series will reinforce Bravo's pop culture brand and resonate with our engaged and upscale audience."
In June, Bravo renewed Real Housewives of New Jersey for a fourth season.
Earlier this year, the network cancelled Real Housewives of DC after just one season.