The cable channel announced on Tuesday (April 2) that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Atlanta, Inside the Actors Studio, and Flipping Out will all return for new seasons.
Kim Zolciak's Don't Be Tardy, Vanderpump Rules, Tabitha Takes Over, Shahs of Miami and The Real Housewives of Miami and New York are also producing new episodes.
New additions to Bravo will be three scripted shows, including a series called Heiresses which is based on Pretty Little Liars writer Sara Shepard's novel about Upper East Side families.
Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce will be a story about a successful writer concealing her divorce, while The Sopranos' Michael Imperioli will produce a drama about New York in the 1980s called High and Low.
Real Housewives star Phaedra Parks will also be getting her own spinoff series called Rich People's Problems, which will see her put her legal expertise to work representing wealthy clients.
Kandi Burruss is also getting a Real Housewives spinoff show, where she mentors aspiring musicians.
New reality shows in development include an adaptation of the UK's Ramsay's Best Restaurant titled America's Best Restaurant and the college admission consultant-themed programme Ivy League Confidential.
Other new projects green-lit by Bravo this week include Below Deck, City Sisters, Courtney Loves Dallas, Divorce Diva, Eat, Drink, Love, Extreme Guide to Parenting and Fashion Queens.
Also joining Bravo's primetime line-up will be Newlyweds: The First Year, Property Envy, Southern Charm, Taking Atlanta, Thicker Than Water, Two Fit Girls, Ladies of London, Princesses: Long Island and 100 Days of Summer.