"'Kara' is the perfect addition to our latest development slate," Eli Lehrer, Bravo's vice president of development, said in a statement Thursday.
"People have one perception of DioGuardi, but this series will peek behind the curtain and reveal much more interesting and multi-faceted aspects of this incredibly successful, talented artist and business woman. We believe her dynamic personality and fascinating career will resonate with our audience and reflect our pop-culture brand."
"I am excited to broaden my relationship with Bravo," added DioGuardi. "I am a fan of the network and appreciate how their programming gives the audience a birds-eye view into different industries and really uncovers what makes people tick."