Andy Cohen and his burgeoning stable of “Bravo-lebrities” are going strong. Fresh from last night’s Top Chef finale, the cable network has announced that its fall 2011 season will include 11 new series, many of which feature faces that are familiar from Bravo shows past. Hilarious house-flipper Jeff Lewis will be back, this time channeling his design sense and deadpan wit into Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis. The docu-series follows Lewis and his assistant, Jenni Pulos, as they move into someone else’s home, redesign the space, and—wait for it—judge the owner’s flaws. And fear not, Flipping Out fans, housekeeper Zoila will be along for the ride. Another charismatic Bravo veteran, Project Runway alum Chris March, gets his close-up in the new series Mad Fashion. According to Bravo, each episode follows March and “his eccentric crew of fashion misfits” as they create designs for clients including actress Jennifer Coolidge (in need of the perfect look to wear on a Mardi Gras parade float) and Met Gala-bound model Chrissy Teigen. Another series to watch for stars dapper stylist Brad Goreski, formerly the right hand man of Rachel Zoe, as he goes into business for himself. The show’s tentative title? It’s a Brad Brad World. Meanwhile, we’re crossing our fingers that Million Dollar Listing‘s ubercharismatic Josh Flagg is the next breakout Bravo-lebrity to get his own series on the network.
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