New Bravo Series Stick To Lifestyle Template

9-By-Design-AWith its new shows in development, Bravo is sticking with successful concepts: fashion, real estate and life in Orange County. Three new series, still in working title mode, are part of a wider development slate the network is building as it looks to increase original programming further as part of the Comcast fold. 

“Fashion Stories Of NYC” follows budding design stars as part of teams working under the aegis of Vogue editor Andre Leon Talley. “Property Envy" takes viewers inside “unusual” private homes. Design and real estate panelists will offer their takes en route to the selection of a most-envied property. 

“MD: OC” follows physicians that make house calls to wealthy Orange County, Calif. residents. Billed as “real-life ‘Royal Pains’ (a USA show),” Bravo says house calls can include high-class problems, such as a doctor “racing across town to give a housewife a last-minute Botox injection.”



Bravo has “9 By Design” about a husband-and-wife NYC design team and “Million Dollar Listing New York,” about high-end real estate agents offering a glimpse inside top properties. The series that started a powerhouse franchise is “Real Housewives of Orange County.”

Also in development at Bravo is “10 Things That Make Me Happy” (working title), where celebrities unveil family heirlooms or seemingly trivial things, such as T-shirts that hold sentimental value.

“Female Entrepreneur Project” “(working title) “celebrates the fact that women are leading the charge to build innovative and inspiring companies." Viewers can “watch some of the biggest names in corporate America help them shatter through the glass ceiling.”  

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