Bravo has announced that it has renewed Flipping Out and Million Dollar Listing for third seasons and Tabatha's Salon Takeover and The Rachel Zoe Project for second seasons.

"Bringing these compelling personalities back was a no-brainer," said Bravo general manager Frances Berwick. "Our audience has grown an affection for each of these larger-than-life, talented characters and wants to see more of their lives and careers."

Flipping Out premiered in July 2007 and follows obsessive-compulsive house-flipper Jeff Lewis and his staff as they purchase homes and quickly renovate them before flipping them for a profit. 

Its second season aired this past summer and averaged 1.130 million total viewers and 803,000 viewers in the Adults 18-49 demographic.  Flipping Out's third season will continue to follow Lewis and his team as they keep his business afloat during the rough economy.

Million Dollar Listing made its debut in August 2006 and followed agents working in California's high-end real estate business.  A second revamped season that focused on only three young and stylish male agents premiered this past August and averaged 1.011 million total viewers and 702,000 viewers in the Adults 18-49 demographic.

Tabatha's Salon Takeover, Kitchen Nightmares-like reality series that follows former first-season Shear Genius Tabatha Coffey as she attempts to improve hair salons across America, premiered in August.  The show's first season averaged 1.193 million total viewers and 785,000 viewers in the Adults 18-49 demographic.

The Rachel Zoe Project made its debut in September and chronicles the styling business of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe and her team of fashion experts.  Its second season "delves further into the inner workings" of Zoe's business, according to Bravo.

The Rachel Zoe Project's first season averaged 1.060 million total viewers and 752,000 viewers in the Adults 18-49 demographic.