Shahs of Sunset” star Reza Farahan is getting his own show on Bravo, the cabler announced Wednesday. Another familiar face, Tabatha Coffey, is also returning to the network with a new unscripted series.

Real estate show “Yours, Mine or Ours” (working title) will help couples ready to cohabitate find their new home with the help of real estate agent Farahan and interior designer and decorator Taylor Spellman. The project is produced by JV Productions, with Courtney Campbell and Kirk Hipkiss serving as exec producers.

Hairstylist Coffey, who rose to fame on Bravo’s competition series “Shear Genius” and then landed her own show “Tabatha Takes Over,” is returning to the cable net with “Tabatha’s Life Takeover” (working title), a self-help show. From helping a shop-o-holic who is putting her addiction before her family to a couple in a broken marriage, Coffey, who will also serve as an exec producer, will use her unique brand of no-nonsense tough love to help people at a major cross roads complete a life makeover. Along with the host, Heather Schuster, Eli Holzman and Stephen Lambert will exec produce the Morocco Junction Entertainment and All3Media America project.

“Heir Heads” is also among Bravo’s unscripted development slate. Produced by Lime Pictures and All3Media America, the series follows families who are turning over their major companies to the next generation, giving heirs the shot to inherit their family’s kingdom. Derek McLean, Kate Little, Phil Harris, Eli Holzman and Stephen Lambert serve as exec producers.

“These three projects support the network’s commitment to provide high-quality content and innovative formats that connect with our loyal upscale audience,” said Lara Spotts, SVP of development for Bravo Media. “We are continuing to diversify our slate by adding to our already ambitious original programming line-up with fresh new areas and genres.”

The three unscripted series join scripted projects in development at Bravo, including a series from “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” star Paul Adelstein. “The Walking Dead’s” Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Entertainment is also producing a 1980s-set period drama, centered in the heyday of the magazine business when editors like Anna Wintour and Tina Brown ruled the scene. Drama “White Collar Wives,” which exposes scandals of the high finance world in New York City, is also in development.