Bravo Developing Slate of New Reality Series
Network to document divorce lawyers, Long Islanders and more
- One that instantly pops out is "The Gold Coast," which essentially takes "The Hills" east to Long Island and gives it a recession-era spin by following post-grad girlfriends living with their parents.
- "Splitsville" should divide audiences with its portrayal of competing divorce lawyers, a subject that roughly 50 percent of America's adult population can relate to.
- There's an as-yet-untitled project that will square its gaze on male models trying to stay relevant in front of the camera. Piling on the vanity with a TV show should help.
- In a similar-ish vein, the dubiously titled "Tone It Up" (sounds more like an ESPN morning-workout series from the early '90s) will track the ups and downs of two buddies pouring their hopes into a fitness website. They probably just signed on with Bravo for the bandwidth.
- On the flipside, there's "Shop with Stella," which focuses on three women trying to make it big with a fashion website. These people do know online publishing isn't spectacularly lucrative, right?
- Lastly, "Heirs of Palm Beach" is the logical counterpart to "Gold Coast," exploiting the lives of yet more privileged teens. But, ah, who's really exploiting who? Mwahaha.
The Squeak: Plus the fact that mommy will not let you watch tv after 6.
ibjnbafj: Get someone to help you spell your name. And clean up your own trash.
ctheslayer: Plus the fact your cable was cut off for non payment.
If this is reality I must have missed something all these years. Get your head of the place where the sun doesn't shine.
- Enough already.....Bravo is boring. Jeff Lewis's show, well we have the TLC channel for that venue....and c'mon Kim's wedding what is she now 5 months pregnant with her 2nd child.... And watch what happens live....what is that show about?