Bravo developing Tabatha Coffey, Reza Farahan series

Hairstylist-turned-life coach Tabatha Coffey (pictured) is returning to Bravo Media in Tabatha's Life Takeover, one of three series on the U.S. cable net's development slate.
July 15, 2015

U.S. cable network Bravo Media is developing unscripted series starring hairstylist Tabatha Coffey (pictured) and Shahs of Sunset star Reza Farahan.

Tabatha’s Life Takeover (working title) follows the hairstylist-turned-life coach – who previously starred in the Bravo reality shows Shear Genius and Tabatha Takes Over - as she helps people at crossroads in their lives mount a makeover.

Morocco Junction Entertainment and All3Media America are producing the series, with Heather Schuster, Eli Holzman, Stephen Lambert and Coffey serving as exec producers.

Elsewhere, in the JV Productions-made  Yours, Mine or Ours (w/t), real estate agent Farahan and interior designer Taylor Spellman will help couples who want to start living together decide whether to move into one of their own places or a new one. Spellman will transform their existing spaces while Farahan shows them new properties.

The series is exec produced by Courtney Campbell and Kirk Hipkiss.

Finally, Lime Pictures and All3Media America are producing Heir Heads (w/t). The show is about family-run businesses that enlist the help of a business expert in order to pass the reins on to the next generation following a trial period as CEO. Derek McLean, Kate Little, Phil Harris, Eli Holzman and Stephen Lambert are exec producing.

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