The Beverly Hills housewife is set to star in her own spinoff about her restaurant Sur

By People Staff
April 04, 2012 04:15 PM
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Like Bethenny Frankel and Kim Zolciak before her, Lisa VanderPump is the latest Housewife to get her own Bravo reality show.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is set to appear in Sur, the network announced in a press release Wednesday.

The show, which has been greenlit by Bravo but not given an official air date or confirmed title, will cover the exploits behind the scenes at VanderPump’s Hollywood restaurant and lounge Sur, which viewers of Housewives saw her renovating and officially launching by the end of season 2.

VanderPump and husband Ken Todd will also executive produce the series.

“It is an exciting time for a new venture and I am thrilled to continue my working relationship with Bravo,” VanderPump said in a statement.

Meanwhile, she is also expected to return to the Housewives during its third season, which will be down one castmember, Camille Grammer, next time around.

On Wednesday Bravo also announced that Atlanta housewife Kandi Burruss’s The Kandi Factory will return as a full series.