Some classics are coming back to Bravo. Recently, the network announced the return of 18 TV shows, including Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Flipping Out.
Summer premieres include new seasons of Real Housewives of Orange County and Shahs of Sunset. Other Bravo shows returning include Don’t Be Tardy, Married to Medicine, Below Deck, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of Dallas, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Read more details from Bravo below:
New York, NY – April 27, 2017 – Leading the way in high quality unscripted programming, Bravo Media unveils a diversified slate of six new and 18 returning unscripted series, it was announced today by Jerry Leo, Executive Vice President, Program Strategy, Lifestyle Networks and Production Bravo. Continuing to counter industry trends, the network is the leader among the top 10 ad supported cable networks in returning series with year-over-year ratings growth in the coveted P18-49 demo.
“Our fans look to us for a very unique brand of top quality unscripted content they simply cannot get anywhere else,” said Leo, “With many established franchises showing strong ratings growth, we’re able to explore new frontiers, and we believe these new series are really going to resonate with our audience.”
“A continued investment in more content allows us to give marketing partners even more environments to place their brand messaging,” said Laura Molen, Executive Vice President, Lifestyle and Hispanic Advertising Sales Group, NBCUniversal. “We know that the Bravo audience is one of the most engaged, passionate groups out there and we’re excited to work with clients to create authentic opportunities on their behalf.”
Joining the previously announced returns of the critically acclaimed scripted series “Imposters” and “Odd Mom Out” as well as the Emmy Award-winning “Top Chef” and the Emmy nominated “Million Dollar Listing New York,” the network confirms new season orders for some of its most talked about series. Summer premieres will include “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” and “Shahs of Sunset,” and coming later are new seasons of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “Flipping Out,” “Don’t Be Tardy,” “Married to Medicine,” “Below Deck,” “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “The Real Housewives of Dallas,” Emmy Award-Winning “Inside the Actor’s Studio,” “Summer House” and “Vanderpump Rules.'”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Bravo’s unscripted series? What’s your favorite?