If you woke up this morning thinking, "Wow -- I wish Bravo had 15% more programming than they currently do," you're in luck! Today, we're proud to announce 17 all-new series, and 18 returning favorites. And here they are!:
New Greenlit Series:
Below Deck - Summer 2013
The upstairs and downstairs worlds collide when this young and single crew, known as “yachties,” live, love and work together onboard a privately owned extravagant yacht. Working and tending to the ever-changing needs of their demanding charter guests is not always smooth sailing.
City Sisters – Fall 2013
The series follows a group of single, up-and-coming movers and shakers in New York's elite circles of real estate, fashion, and media. These ladies are aggressive in their pursuit of personal and career goals, but in this cutthroat world where egos are high and the drive to succeed is even higher, success can come at a steep cost.
Courtney Loves Dallas
Breakout star Courtney Kerr of Most Eligible Dallas navigates the lively Texas social scene with her group of sassy, dynamic friends. She’s out to rope herself the perfect southern gentleman, while trying to make a name for herself in the fashion industry, but Courtney quickly finds that taking the bull by the horn isn’t as easy as it may sound.
Divorce Diva (working title)
When couples go from “I do” to “I don’t,” Vikki Ziegler is who they call to mediate, advise and divide their assets out of court. Why let a judge decide your fate when the Divorce Diva can cut through all the drama to determine who will get what?
Eat, Drink, Love – Summer 2013
Single, successful, beautiful and connected to the restaurant and food industry in Los Angeles, these ladies take on the traditionally male-dominated industry in their own way as they juggle a world where business always mixes with pleasure.
Extreme Guide to Parenting – Fall 2013
From spoiling and severe punishments to helicopter and new age methods, this is parenting at its most extreme. Each episode gives a candid look at two different households with very unique styles of raising their children -- and each family strongly believes their methods are superior.
This topical, fashion-based talk show features two of Atlanta’s style elite, celebrity hairstylists Derek J and Miss Lawrence, and New York’s fashion maven and media socialite Bevy Smith. The trendy opinionated trio will cover anything and everything related to the world of fashion and beauty, from haute couture to celebrity style to unusual outfits from around the globe, giving their unique perspective on the trends, hits and misses.
The Kandi Factory – Premieres Tuesday, April 9
Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum songwriter Kandi Burruss of The Real Housewives of Atlanta helps 16 aspiring artists jumpstart their dreams of stardom. Burruss gives two protégés with no industry experience the opportunity of a lifetime -- a shot at an original song release and music video produced by The Kandi Factory.
Newlyweds: The First Year – Premieres Monday, May 6
From the moment they say “I do” to their one-year anniversary, for the first time ever we see up close, the first year of marriage in “Newlyweds: The First Year.” This groundbreaking series follows four diverse couples coast-to-coast experiencing the daily trials and tribulations of their first 365 days of marriage captured by Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated documentarian Lauren Lazin.
Property Envy – Summer 2013
The world’s most exclusive, expensive houses are throwing open their doors to a panel of passionate property experts in this new panel talk show that explores the world of luxury real estate, cutting-edge home technology and trendsetting décor. Every week, our property and design-obsessed host and esteemed panelists will present the homes that give them “Property Envy.”
The notoriously closed society of Charleston, South Carolina unlocks the gates of their centuries-old plantation homes for a real-life look at how modern-day Southern aristocracy lives. Get charmed by the social scene which is bound by tradition and ostentation unlike any other culture in America, through a group of the city’s most charismatic gentlemen and their Southern belle equals.
Taking Atlanta (working title) – Summer 2013
Atlanta just got even hotter as this group of ambitious young go-getters on the cusp of realizing their dreams work hard, but play even harder. They are shaking up the city’s fashion, music, hospitality and real estate scenes.
Thicker Than Water: The Tankards – Fall 2013
This docu-series follows former professional basketball player turned popular gospel singer/recording artist and minister Ben Tankard, his blended family and their journey in expanding the family fortune. From music-producing to NBA life coaching and motivational speaking, this business-oriented family strives to keep on top of their game, but finds their true passion lies in ministry.
Two Fit Girls (working title)
It’s crunch time for best friends and business partners Katrina and Karena, the fearless duo behind Toneitup.com. While some entrepreneurs have a business plan, these girls use their "street smarts, not book smarts" to push themselves and their brand to wild extremes.
Ladies of London (working title)
Set in the glittering, class-conscious city of London, this new series follows a group of elite British socialites and American expats enjoying the upper crust of the high society world. And while these Brits and Americans all live in the same city, have been married to rock stars, dated royalty, are darlings of the paparazzi and enjoy wealth beyond belief, they are still culturally, worlds apart.
Princesses: Long Island – Premieres Sunday, June 2
Meet members of the "boomerang generation" - six young women from, Long Island who return to their pampered lifestyles in the comfort of their parents’ estates and at the expense of their fathers’ bank accounts. This new docu-series offers a window into their unique family dynamics and personal lives filled with labels, luxury, and love trials.
100 Days of Summer
This young, successful Chicago "it" crowd are working the boardrooms and the bedrooms, eager to make a name for themselves, find love and succeed at any price. With a social circle made up of best friends, former lovers, and current lusts, things are bound to get interesting.
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Wow! Sounds like lots of good stuff coming up. Loving Below Deck...excited about the Best Restaurant show as well as the one based in London..
Love love Princesses of Long Island! Hope that Taking Atlanta is more representative of the people of Atlanta. So far Atlanta has not been well represented.
Where is Pregnant in Heels and SJP's show, The Next Great Artist? I guess all is good as long as I don't have to endure Bethenny Frankle. I detest that woman. Here's an idea for next years line up...."Jason Hoppy, The Happy Years"! Jason wins primary custody of Bryn and we watch Bethenny at Dr. Amador's office wondering what she did wrong. Dr. Amador will finally be truthful...she's as much, if not MORE screwed up than her own Mother! Truthfully though, I LOVE The Next Great Artist....
Your new shows sound interesting, and I'm pleased with the shows you're renewing. I have a few suggestions. No one that I know can understand Curtis Stone, partly because of his accent and partly because he talks so fast. He's a likeable person, but I wish you had someone else to do this show.
On Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, so many of us are fed up with both Richards sisters, Kyle and Kim, and hope never to see them again. They, Faye Resnick and Dana are all on the same "dislike" list. Can we not see replacements for them, please? We're weary of their story lines and sometimes-fake tears, and neither one appeals to many of us. We're hungry for new talent and more glamour! Please, BRAVO, hear our request. The two of them are so dull, addle-brained and boring. There's just nothing there there, as Gertrude Stein said.
On Top Chef, PLEASE get rid of that second kitchen where losers can go to try to redeem themselves. Boring. Either win the main competition or go home.
Wishing you good riddance and congratulations on cutting ties with Adrienne. What a hideous person she turned out to be! Best wishes on all of your future endeavors.
all sound great. We need some housewives in new Orleans, Austin or maybe Colorado?I am from new Orleans but live in Colorado now. Why are there so many shows on about Atlanta? I don't understand? I also don't understand why everyone seems to be African American? Just seems odd to me. I feel like there should be a mix. I really like new show married to medicine. Love Bravo and Andy!
Where is Sarah Jessica Parker's Next Great Artist? Fantastic show! Please, bring it back....SJP, use your clout!
I read somewhere that RHOBH Season 4 is already taping, and as part of the story line for Lisa is her DWTS?
I really enjoyed "interior therapy" - glad its coming back...plus tardy and ALL the housewives of course!
I've been waiting for more Chris March "Mad Fashion". That show needs to return and be an hour long. LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!
Wheres MILLION DOLLAR DECORATORS!!!!!!
Wheres MILLION DOLLAR DECORATORS!!!!!!
Wheres MILLION DOLLAR DECORATORS!!!!!!
Wheres MILLION DOLLAR DECORATORS!!!!!!
Of all the people on Most Eligible Dallas, Courtney Kerr gets her own show??? Huh?? She was the MOST annoying person on that show! #bravofail
I get most of the choices. The housewives were a given. Love them. I am happy to see Chef Roble coming back! As well as Tabitha and Shahs. But a few have me stumped after such a lackluster reception... Vanderpump Rules? Reading the outrage on the Bravo Facebook after it's premiere, I certainly didn't expect that. I'm sad you guys dumped Work Of Art. I still thin RHoMiami is one of the worst of the Franchise.
Finally, they're getting involved in something other than reality shows. Good, because I have a feeling all of these reality shows are going to go down the drain one right after the other. The ratings have already spoken on Real Housewives of NYC, I think OC is next.
uhhhhhh...I LOVE EVERY SINGLE SHOW ON BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!! EVERY SINGLE SHOW!!!! I rarely watch any other station. ANDY COHEN is ...no words to describe his talents.
Sounds great! I like the sound of Ivy League Confidential, Southern Charm and 100 Days of Summer! I was hoping for Miss Advised to return, and I'm always holding out hope for The Real Housewives of DC! Keep up the good work, Bravo!
Excited for EVERYTHING! Except where is Gallery Girls?! BEST SHOW EVER. Cannot wait for more MDLNY and Shahs! AND Real Housewives of course!
Pretty excited for the returning shows (slightly concerned that RHOC isn't listed?). The New shows have a mix for me, but ironically almost all the ones I like will be in for Summer By Bravo. Property Envy will hopefully be my answer to Top Design in a practical way. Princesses will likely be a guilty pleasure. I somehow hope that Long Island and the Brits come together on the same night.
The Extreme Parenting, I hope is not Wife Swap minus the swap though. Also, I hope we are not overdong Atlanta.
I'm with you!! Please please don't tell me that the Sucklord killed the show!!!!!
@teddy23Already started on Monday
@teddy23 I think that's going to start VERY soon. I would like to say within the next few weeks.
@Jim674OC started on Monday
@Jim674 most likely they are waiting to see how the ratings are from this new season of rhoc before they decide to bring it back or not.. im sure they will though