Renewed and returning: “Little Family,” “#RichKids”

In this week's round-up, renewals are in store for TLC's Our Little Family (pictured), Bravo Media's Flipping Out and Food Network Canada's You Gotta Eat Here!.
May 22, 2015

In this week’s round-up, new seasons are on the way for series on TLC, Bravo Media, E! and Food Network Canada.

U.S. net TLC has begun production on a second season of Our Little Family (pictured), signing on for an 8 x 60-minute episode order, slated to debut this September. The series – produced by Discovery Studios – follows Dan and Michelle Hamill as they raise their three children. All five family members have achondroplasia, which is a form of dwarfism, and the season is to share more of their daily lives.

Elsewhere, Bravo Media has picked up an eighth season of Flipping Out. Produced by Authentic Entertainment, the series finds designer Jeff Lewis and his team working to stay on top of his workload, which includes a number of corporate jobs and celebrity remodels. The new season will return on July 1 at 9 p.m. EST/PST.

E! prepares for the return of #RichKids of Beverly Hills this weekend. The ITV Studios America-produced reality series comes back on May 24 at 10 p.m. EST/PST with an 8 x 60-minute episode order. The show follows the growing pains, life-long friendships and jet-setting travel of a group of Beverly Hills youth.

Meanwhile, NBC Universo has signed on for a fourth season of the reality series Larrymania. Produced by JK Film and TV Productions, the show follows the daily activities of Mexican regional music singer and composer Larry Hernández. The show is to return on June 14 at 9 p.m. EST/PST.

Finally, over in Canada, Food Network has ordered another helping of the series You Gotta Eat Here! Production on the Lone Eagle Entertainment-made show’s fifth season begins this month, and the season will debut with 14 episodes next spring. The series finds comedian John Catucci travel the continent in search of over-the-top food and restaurants. The show – currently in season four – is to air its 100th episode on Food Network Canada on June 12.

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