New series include topics that range from fashion to food
Bravo shows no signs of slowing down its growing slate of originals.
NBCUniversal cabler officially put seven reality series into development Wednesday, including projects from fashion designer Andre Leon Talley and Fortune magazine’s Pattie Sellers.
“Fashion Stories of NYC,” from Hudson Media, will follow four design teams as they try to put together a collection under Talley’s tutelage.
Sellers’ show, “Female Entrepreneur Project,” looks at the competition between aspiring women who are trying to build and innovate companies. Michael Davies’ Embassy Row produces with Entree Media.
Other series are “10 Things That Make Me Happy,” from Authentic Entertainment, where celebrities choose items that are close to them; Left/Right’s “Alumni Project,” where high school alumni reconnect 15 years after graduation; “Property Envy,” from World of Wonder, examines top homes on the real estate market; Brownstone Entertainment’s “Sex and the Kitchen” looks at women in the restaurant and food industry; and “MD: OC” follows Orange County doctors who make house calls to the wealthy.
“This development slate embraces the network’s pop culture brand and allows us to explore some new and exciting worlds,” said Eli Lehrer, Bravo’s VP of development.
Top-rated series for the femme-skewing net is currently “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”