Bethenny Frankel has a new project in the works with Bravo.

The 45-year-old "The Real Housewives of New York City" star revealed this week on the Fortune Unfiltered podcast that she and her production company are developing a new series with the network.

"I have a TV production company called B Real Productions and we have another television show that should be announced at some point with Bravo -- let's just say project at Bravo -- that will happen," Frankel told host Aaron Task.

"We are selling a lot of different shows," she added.

"There's another really kind of major show I'm about to start selling that I just remembered again, so that will be a successful leg of this business."

Frankel has starred on "The Real Housewives of New York City" for five seasons and also appeared on "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart," "Bethenny Ever After" and "Bethenny."

She launched B Real Productions in December.

"I have a television career on-camera. I don't know how long that will go, but it seems that I have a knack for reality television and sort of saying it like it is," the star said.

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Frankel had hinted in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" in August that she may not return for another season of "The Real Housewives of New York City."

The series completed a ninth season the next month.

"You might not see me back," she revealed.

"[I'm] definitely making some changes in my personal and professional life ... I'm deciding what my priorities are and kind of how to lay it out. I'm glad the audience is enjoying it, but I've left it behind."