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Hold on To Your Wigs for Season 2 of 'Don't Be Tardy...'



Bravo has greenlit a second season of the Kim Zociak docu-series along with two new series: "Married to Medicine" and "Taking Atlanta."



Brielle Zolciak, Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak in "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding"
Brielle Zolciak, Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak Don't Be Tardy for the WeddingNovember 26, 2012

Kim Zolciak in "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding"
Kim Zolciak in "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding"
Kroy Biermann, Kim Zolciak, Brielle Zolciak and Araiana Zolciak in "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding"
Kroy Biermann, Kim Zolciak, Brielle Zolciak and Araiana Zolciak in "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding"
NEW YORK, NY — Bravo Media heats up Hotlanta as the network greenlights two new series focusing on life in Atlanta; "Married to Medicine" and "Taking Atlanta" and picks up a second season of "Don't Be Tardy ... ," following everyone's favorite wig-wearing Atlanta Housewife Kim Zolciak. "Taking Atlanta" follows a group of aspiring and ambitious Atlanta locals who fight to succeed in their career, look for love and enjoy what "The New South" has to offer. "Married to Medicine" takes viewers inside the medical world in Atlanta with a group of powerful women where the rules of the society they play in are just as high stakes as the medical world they live in.

"Don't Be Tardy ... " (working title)



Produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin and Colleen Sands serving as Executive Producers

Season two follows Kim and Kroy Biermann in the next phase of their marriage, which involves the demands of their ever-growing family, purchasing their dream house, and a possible adoption. The pressure is on as Kim tries to resolve extended family issues and manage the renovation of their house all while juggling being a loving mother, a caring wife and staying in the limelight.

"Married to Medicine"

Produced by FremantleMedia North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop with Matt Anderson, Nate Green and Maty Buss serving as Executive Producers.

"Married to Medicine" follows a group of successful and educated women, including doctors and wives of doctors, who are connected to the world of medicine in Atlanta. Whether delivering babies in Louboutins or rushing off to galas in Buckhead, these women do everything with style, drama, and of course, southern flair.

"Taking Atlanta" (working title)

Produced by NFGTV and Monami Entertainment with Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman and Mona Scott-Young serving as Executive Producers.

"Taking Atlanta" tracks the city's next-generation movers and shakers as they make their mark in the glamorous arenas of fashion, music, hospitality and real estate while enjoying the city's sizzling social scene and balancing the demands of their tumultuous family situations.
 
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