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Bravo Doubles Up on Bethenny Frankel

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If you love Bethenny Frankel, you're going to love 2010 on Bravo.

The network announced today that not only is The Real Housewives of New York City returning on March 4 at 10 p.m., but they've officially named their new Bethenny-centric Housewives spin-off, and it's called—wait for it—Bethenny's Getting Married?

Network bosses assure us that the question mark is intentional.

What else is happening over on Bravo? Here's the latest scoop on their premieres and programming, including a new Top Chef spin-off...

In addition to the New York Housewives, Bravo promises they're bringing back Flipping Out, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Millionaire Matchmaker (premieres Jan. 19 at 10 p.m.), The Rachel Zoe Project, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Shear Genius (premieres Feb. 3 at 11 p.m.) and Watch What Happens: Live.

New editions of other Housewives shows and hit reality competitions like Top Chef are no doubt on the drawing board as well, so don't cry.

Speaking of Top Chef, the network's list of anticipated new series pickups is topped by Top Chef: Just Desserts, a pastry-centric cooking competition which is to be hosted by Top Chef culinary babe Gail Simmons. Mmmm...tasty. (And the latest round of Top Chef: Masters premieres April 7 at 11 p.m.)

Other new series pickups from Bravo include Double Exposure (about photography), Thintervention with Jackie Warner (a weight-loss program), 9 by Design (think "HGTV remodeling show" meets "TLC ginormous family show"), Kell on Earth (a docudrama starring The City's breakout personality Kelly Cutrone) and Work of Art: The Next Great Artist (a continuation of the network's successful Project Runway/Top Chef/Top Design skilled reality-talent competition franchise).

So what looks good on this menu from Bravo? Will you be watching Bethenny? Hit the comments!


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