Bravo Bulks Up Development Slate


NEW YORK: Seven new unscripted projects have been added to Bravo’s development slate, including Stripped, based on a Scandinavian format.

Stripped is a social experiment that tests materialistic individuals who agree to be stripped of everything they own including clothing, furniture and all their coveted possessions for 21 days to find out how their life will be affected. Original Media is producing.

Also in development, Look Who’s Hosting Live features Bravo veteran Andy Cohen as he turns the tables on celebrities who have envied his job and gives them the ultimate opportunity to host their own live late-night talk show, for one night only. The show is produced by Embassy Row and Most Talkative.

World of Wonder in behind Employee of the Month, a fish-out-of-water experiment that features top realtor Ryan Serhant (Million Dollar Listing New York) teaming up with under-performing sales representatives that deal in anything from cars to seafood to caskets.

Also from World of Wonder, Real Estate Wars will follow as two rival real-estate agencies in Orange County, California, go head to head to see who can sell the most property in six months.

I’d Kill for That, produced by Embassy Row, is a physical game show that tests how far people would go to win a Birkin bag, Louboutins worn by a coveted Bravolebrity or the latest ‘it’ watch.

State of Affairs, a production from Fascination Street, watches as outspoken and no-nonsense infidelity expert Dr. Lisa Paz counsels couples rocked by affairs.

SallyAnn Salsano’s 495 Production is prepping Invitation Only. In this arcing docuseries, one person will invite a handful of their closest friends from different phases in their life to meet for the very first time and embark on an incredible getaway. With everyone under one roof, will one vacationer’s emotional baggage ruin the group dynamic or will the high school bestie make a love connection with the office confidant?

“With this development slate we are building on Bravo’s robust and successful tradition of buzzy, unique format shows,” said Lara Spotts, Bravo’s senior VP of development. “It’s a diverse collection of shows which all include the signature Bravo wink and delicious drama that our viewers love to unwind to.”