Bravo renews 'Flipping Out,' 'D-List,' and 'The Rachel Zoe Project'
By Christopher Rocchio, 01/11/2010
Bravo announced that it has renewed The Rachel Zoe Project for a third season, Flipping Out for a fourth season, andKathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List for a sixth season.
The Rachel Zoe Project's third season will continue to follow celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe and will include the departure and replacement of her longtime employee Taylor Jacobson -- who worked with Zoe for the past four years and appeared on the show's first two installments.
Jacobson's departure was confirmed in November, however it remains unclear whether she was fired or quit.
The show's second season aired last summer and averaged 1.01 million total viewers.
Flipping Out's fourth season will continue to follow obsessive-compulsive house-flipper Jeff Lewis and his staff -- including his assistant Jenni Pulos and his housekeeper Zoila -- as they purchase homes and quickly renovate them before flipping them for a profit.
The new season finds Lewis and his staff still dealing with and attempting to overcome the collapse of the real-estate market.
Flipping Out's fourth season aired last summer and averaged 1.27 million total viewers.
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List will continue to follow the comedian and her "Team Griffin" staff -- which consists of assistant Tiffany Rinehart, tour manager Tom Vize, mom Maggie Griffin and dogs Chance and Pom Pom.
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