Andy Cohen has one of the coolest jobs on TV. Who wouldn't want to capture the comedy and charm of the Watch What Happens Live host in their very own late-night show? Even celebrities want in on the action, as we may see during the newly announced Bravo series in development Look Who's Hosting Live.
In the new unscripted project, Andy will mentor celebs and help them emcee their very own late-night talk shows for one night only, complete with coaching them in writing monologues, choosing their sidekicks, and getting their guests on.
As if that wasn't enough to fill you up with joy, Bravo announced six more new unscripted series in development Thursday. “With this development slate we are building on Bravo's robust and successful tradition of buzzy, unique format shows,” Bravo's Senior Vice President of Development Lara Spotts said in a statement. “It's a diverse collection of shows which all include the signature Bravo wink and delicious drama that our viewers love to unwind to.”
Employee of the Month will also feature a face familiar to Bravo fans: Million Dollar Listing New York's Ryan Serhant. He will team up with under-performing sales reps in a wide variety of industries to learn all about their trades and help them be a top salesperson just like himself.
Speaking of real estate, there's more of that in development too in the form of Real Estate Wars, where two rival real estate agencies in Orange County, California compete to see who can sell the most property in six months. Considering how cutthroat the world of real estate is, this is sure to be exciting.
Stripped is a new social experiment putting individuals to the test when they are stripped of everything they own for 21 days. They'll be able to get back one item they can't live without each day as they're confined to their own homes for the whole three weeks.
But if we can be a little materialistic for a second, what would you do to win some of the most opulent items in the world? I'd Kill for That asks that very question as it puts friends, co-workers, and family members head-to-head to compete in trivia, brain teasers, and physical challenges in order to score something luxe, like a Birkin bag or Louboutins worn by a Bravoleb.
On the relationship front, infidelity expert Dr. Lisa Paz will counsel couples whose relationships have been affected by cheating in State of Affairs. But will her unconventional beliefs and methods be enough to help them move past their issues, or will they eventually decide to break the whole thing off?
Finally, Invitation Only is a new kind of docuseries where one person will invite several of his or her closest friends from different phases of life to meet for the first time while on an epic getaway. The series will explore whether or not they can all get along... and they might even get along too well.
We can't wait to hear more about these shows in the future. Until then, watch Andy talk about another one of his other hosting duties, below.