Bravo has announced its lineup for the 2022-23 season. Below Deck, Below Deck Mediterranean, Family Karma, Married to Medicine, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Project Runway, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Real Housewives of New York City, The Real Housewives of Orange County, The Real Housewives of Potomac, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, Summer House, Top Chef, Winter House, and Vanderpump Rules are all returning with new episodes. In addition, the cable channel has new series on the way — Below Deck Adventure, Life is a Ballroom, Love Without Borders, Real Girlfriends in Paris, The Real Housewives of Dubai, Southern Charm: Leva Land, and XSCAPE /SWV.
Bravo revealed more about their new and returning TV shows in a press release.
Bravo, home to the most loyal, engaged and upscale audience across all of cable entertainment*, unveils a robust unscripted slate that features newly announced series “Real Girlfriends in Paris,” “Southern Charm: Leva Land” (WT) and “XSCAPE /SWV” (WT). In addition, series premieres are being formalized for previously announced new shows “Below Deck Adventure,” “Life is a Ballroom” (WT), “Love Without Borders” (WT) as well as the June 1 debut of the first international edition of the popular franchise with “The Real Housewives of Dubai.”
The network also announced the return of numerous fan-favorite series, including the 20th season of James Beard and Emmy Award-winning “Top Chef,” which for the first time will be shot entirely internationally. Additional returning hits include “Project Runway,” “Married to Medicine,” “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” “Summer House,” “Winter House,” “Family Karma,” “Below Deck,” “Below Deck Mediterranean,” “Vanderpump Rules,” and “The Real Housewives” of Orange County, New Jersey, New York City, Potomac and Salt Lake City. Recent premieres include “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Love Match Atlanta” as well as new seasons of critically acclaimed late-night talk show “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen”.
New programming coming to Bravo includes:
“The Real Housewives of Dubai” premieres June 1, 2022
Produced by Truly Original with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Jamie Jakimo, Brandon Panaligan, Glenda N. Cox and Chelsey Stephens serving as executive producers. Andy Cohen also serves as an executive producer.
As the 11th city in the franchise, “The Real Housewives of Dubai” follows a powerful group of lavish women as they run business empires and expertly navigate a highly exclusive social scene within this ultra-luxe billionaire’s playground. Whether they’re dining on a mountainside overlooking a valley of 1,000 camels or hosting the wedding event of the year, these ambitious and glamorous women prove everything is more extravagant in the “City of Gold.” When new group dynamics threaten longstanding friendships, tensions inevitably reach a boiling point, so if you can’t handle the heat … get out of Dubai.
“Below Deck Adventure” premieres Fall 2022
Produced by Shed Media with Lisa Shannon, Dan Peirson and Sun de Graaf serving as executive producers. Mark Cronin is also set to executive produce, along with Grace Lee, Joe Van Ek, Brittany Nabors, Natalie Neurauter and Mark Seliga.
This series takes wealthy thrill-seekers on the mega-yacht trip of a lifetime to experience thrilling YOLO adventures and daredevil activities all against some of the world’s most beautiful backdrops. Season 1 will be set in the glacial fjords of Norway where charter guests will paraglide, cave repel and cold-water plunge their way through the day, dine on freshly caught seafood straight from the Scandinavian waters in the evening, and still get all steamed up in the hot tub by night. The exacting expectations of high-end luxury coupled with the physical demands of cold-weather adventures will push the crew to new heights and unparalleled pressures that makes this new series one of a kind.
“Love Without Borders (working title)” premieres Fall 2022
Produced by Kinetic with Chris Coelen, Eric Detwiler, Scott Teti, Brent Gauches, Sarah Dillistone and Kenda Greenwood Moran serving as executive producers.
In this bold social experiment, six American singles who have struck out at love on their home turf risk everything and step blindly onto a plane to an unknown overseas destination to be paired with their “perfect” life partner. Participants will say goodbye to their jobs, homes and families to see if matchmakers can scour the world for their one ideal match. At the end of the experiment, they will be faced with the stark choice of leaving life as they knew it behind and starting over for love.
“Real Girlfriends in Paris” premieres Fall 2022
Produced by Goodbye Pictures with Rich Bye, Rahel Tennione, Barrie Bernstein serving as executive producers. Jennifer Stander, Chris Wereski and Molly Minard serve as co-executive producers.
Six bold twentysomething American women pack their bags to embark on an exciting international adventure living in the most beautiful city in the world: Paris! While in the City of Lights, they find each other, encounter a romantic rendezvous or two and embrace all the spontaneity that comes with living in an exciting new city. Always looking for a good time, the women find themselves in an extraordinarily rich moment in their lives where the possibilities for true love, unrelenting passion and forging life-long friendships are endless.
“Southern Charm: Leva Land (working title)” premieres Fall 2022
Produced by Haymaker East with Aaron Rothman, Josh Halpert, Bill Langworthy, Leva Bonaparte and Lamar Bonaparte serving as executive producers. Jesse Light serves as co-executive producer.
“Southern Charm: Leva Land” follows the lives of a dynamic social group of friends living in Charleston, S.C., and working together. There’s never a dull day in “Leva Land” with the staff at Republic Garden & Lounge and their powerhouse boss, Leva Bonaparte of “Southern Charm.” Leva owns four restaurants on the hottest street in town and Republic is the crown jewel of her kingdom.
“XSCAPE/SWV (working title)” premieres Winter 2022
Produced by Monami Productions with Mona Scott-Young, Stephanie R Gayle and Michael Lang serving as executive producers. LaTocha Scott-Bivens, Kandi Burruss, Cheryl “Coko” Gamble, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Tamara Johnson-George, LeAnne “Lelee” Lyons and Tamika Scott also serve as executive producers.
Following their epic Verzuz performance, the ladies”” of Xscape and SWV reunite once again to prepare for a show that promises to reignite their music careers. There is much at stake for these powerhouse women as they navigate different stages in their lives, both personally and professionally. From celebrating the power of collaboration and sisterhood to pushing to overcome obstacles, there is no shortage of wonder, watching two of the most iconic female R&B groups of the ’90s come together for this multi-part limited series.
“Life Is a Ballroom (working title)” premieres 2023
Produced by Sharp Entertainment with Matt Sharp, Dan Adler, Amy Bonezzi, Danielle Medina, Kevin Maynard serving as executive producers. Regan Watford serves as co-executive producer.
Professional amateur dancing is the fastest growing division of ballroom dance in the world. In this sport, known as Pro-Am, amateur dancers pay professional dance partners to compete with them in competitions around the country each week. No stone goes unturned and no price too high for these women dancers who are obsessed to a spectacular degree. From the producers of “90 Day Fiancé,” this access-driven docuseries will follow and intercut the stories of the most fascinating, talented and obsessed ballroom amateur dancers in the country.
Exact premiere dates will be announced at a later date.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Bravo’s programming? Will you be watching any of these new and returning shows?
Most of the shows are not only stupid, but they contribute to the cause of America’s culture descending to the depths of hell. What happened to wholesome programs?
I’m pretty unhappy with Bravo right now – have been a fan in general for Years – definitely have my favorites. But the last few years have been disappointing I know this is just my opinion – The Below Deck shows are Sooo Boring to me – the casts with a few exceptions are pretty vapid & how long can we look around a boat – I know I know it’s a Yacht. So I could do without 2 nights of those every week. Then some of the members of the Housewives show are soooo boring too. I used to… Read more »
They really should rename Bravo to ‘the vapid females get tv celebrity’ network…. There isn’t a single bit of quality to be found anywhere, including all the plastic surgery 🙂
Did not see Million Dollar Listing New York