Bravo has announced it's ordered new seasons for The Real Housewives of Orange County, Flipping Out and Married to Medicine.

The Real Housewives of Orange County has been picked up for a tenth season.

The Housewives will continue to enjoy the California lifestyle with all of its plastic surgery and shopping sprees in the next edition. Last season, newcomers Elizabeth Rovsek and Shannon Beador starred on the show alongside returning cast members Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow.

The series is produced by Evolution Media with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Greg Stewart, Bill Langworthy, Bill Fritz, and Scott Dunlop serving as executive producers.

Flipping Out has been renewed by Bravo for an eighth season.

Interior designer Jeff Lewis and his design team -- including Jenni Pulos -- will return and attempt to take their business to the next level. Jeff also plans to expand his family by having a child. The series is produced by Authentic Entertainment and executive produced by Lauren Lexton, Tom Rogan and Billy Taylor.

A third edition of Married to Medicine has also been picked up.

The stars will come back for a season "full of friendships, rivalries, medical moments and high stakes drama," according to the network. The ladies will deal with tough personal and professional issues from juggling careers as doctors and moms to maintaining friendships in the wake of a shocking betrayal.

Married to Medicine is produced by Fremantle North America with Matt Anderson and Nate Green serving as executive producers.