Bravo’s Latest Lineup…

There was big talk about a Real Housewives franchise that would take place in Big D… well, that was partially correct, but it’s not the Housewives that will be featured in the new Dallas-based Bravo show, this time it will be their kids in the starring roles… and Andy has more original programming coming up…

Andy CohenIf Andy’s genius program scheduling works out, Oprah might try to snatch him from Bravo… Stay away from the O, Andy…


“They’re young, they’re hot, they’re single — they’re Dallas’ Most Eligible. From beauty queens to pro-football players, this group of Texas socialites puts NY and LA nightlife to shame. It’s true what they say, everything’s bigger in Texas — including the drama especially when it comes to dating. Some are looking for true love while others have perfected the art of the one-night stand, and somehow their love lives have all crossed paths at one time or another. Dallas serves as the sexy backdrop for this jaw-dropping docu-series that follows a group of successful friends living it up like only Texas socialites can.”

No date has been set for its premiere.   Kind of sounds like how the Real Housewives of Miami got on Bravo… be prepared for a name change before this show finally airs.

Bravo also announced these series (several titles may change):

Interior Therapy With Jeff Lewis: The OCD Flipping Out star flips in with an interior-decorating/makeover show.  Should be immensely more fun than the snoozefest, The Nate Berkus Show… even being a friend of Oprah can’t help Nate’s show, or his ultra boring personality.

Jeff Lewis and Brad Goreski  Jeff Lewis and Brad Goreski

It’s a Brad Brad World: Especially if you’re Brad Goreski, a former Rachel Zoe assistant who’s launching his own fashion career.   Brad was so much more likeable than Zoe and the chick that he replaced… what was her name again???

The Therapists: Real therapists have their own problems, just like fictional ones. Except they’re compounded because these therapists work and live in Los Angeles.  Can I ask a question here?  Their problems are ‘compounded because they work and live in LA?’  Can you elaborate, ’cause that just doesn’t make any sense…

Mad Fashion: “An up-close look at the over-the-top world of celebrity fashion designer (and Project Runway grad) Chris March.”  Loved him on PR… just hope he stays awake during his own show.

I was just napping… I wouldn’t call it sleeping

Million Dollar Listing NY: If you’re familiar with the high-rolling Los Angeles-based real estate series Million Dollar Listing, you can probably figure this one out by the title. And ‘Selling NY’ will be featuring Mauricio Umansky (Kyle’s husband) on their new show, ‘Selling LA.’

Miss Advised: Relationship experts sometimes have trouble with their own relationships, or so this show about three relationship experts reveals. Who knew?  Noooo!  A show about people with problems?  Like Millionaire Matchmaker and her problem (giving sham advice, but can’t put a ring on her own finger)?  If it means never seeing the Stanker’s face again on Bravo, I’ll be watching…

Project Soulmate: Matchmaker Lori Zaslow helps people find love in New York while balancing her own duties as a wife and mom.  Prediction:  Early dismissal from Bravo and Lori will never sit in the chair next to Andy in the clubhouse.

Roble and Co.: Chef Roble Ali and his bossy (their word) big sister try to launch a catering business in New York.   When will the food shows start to taper off?  Will the next one be called “Chewing and Swallowing,” hosted by Tony Zimmern?

Tabatha Takes Over: Hairstylist Tabatha Coffey moves on from taking over hair salons to taking over small businesses and getting them to shape up.   The biggest incentive for letting Tabatha take over your business and give you a smackdown on national TV is the makeover of your business by a professional designer.

You are a totally irresponsible business owner… now leave for three days so I can makeover your place

Ready to Wear: It’s about Second Time Around, a high-end New York consignment shop, and the employees who hunt down clothes to resell.   This sounds like a combination of Storage Wars, Pawn Stars and Antiques Roadshow…

Bravo also renewed:   Top Chef: Just Desserts, Bethenny Ever After, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, and the Atlanta and Beverly Hills installments of the Real Housewives franchise.