BRAVO Announces 3 New Reality TV Shows: ‘Taking Atlanta’, ‘Married to Medicine’ + ‘Don’t Be Tardy’

Hold onto your reality TV seats, Bravo has snagged three brand, spankin’ new reality shows–all out of ATLANTA. To date, the popular southern city has launched popular shows like Real Housewives of AtlantaLove & Hip Hop Atlanta,and R&B Divas, but there’s plenty more from where that came from. Compliments of AJC, we’ve got the skinny on the three new shows titled: ‘Don’t Be Tardy,’ ‘Married to Medicine’ and ‘Taking Atlanta’. Here’s the scoop on each:

  • ‘Don’t Be Tardy for the Party’: Duh, we already know what this one’s about and after we learned that Kim Zolciak’s leaving RHOA, it makes perfect sense. The show will follow Kim’s professional and family/home life. And here’s the releases description:

“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’ appears to be a show about educated, rich and affluent women who are connected to the lucrative world of medicine. Peep an excerpt of the release:

“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’ seems to be a younger version of RHOA, as the cast/characters work in industries like entertainment, real estate, etc. The release describes:

“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.”

If you’d like to snag a role, rumor has it that there’s still time. Production has not yet begun and casting is under-wraps. Anywho, what are your thoughts on the newest reality TV shows? Sound interesting or an over-saturation of the ATL reality market?