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The New Atlanta

The heart of the Old South has a new set of faces taking the city by storm in Bravo Media's docu-series, "The New Atlanta". "The New Atlanta" follows the next generation of the city's trailblazing young professionals who are hungry to achieve their dreams and find love as they struggle to resolve heartbreaks from the past. Aggressive in both their professional and personal lives, each hopes to make their mark in the cutthroat industries of fashion, music, event planning and business while taking advantage of Atlanta's hot social scene. Coming from a variety of backgrounds and bringing their own distinct perspectives, this new circle of the city's rising elite includes: Alexandra Dilworth, Emily Lipman, Africa Miranda, Tribble Reese and Jevon "Vawn" Sims. Their work-hard, play-hard attitudes give them each an edge over their peers, but their journeys are not without a few bumps, hurdles and heartache along the way.


Rich People's Problems

When the rich and famous of Atlanta have a dispute, they know that only one lawyer will deliver some cold, hard justice: Phaedra Parks of "The Real Housewife of Atlanta".


Toned Up

Katrina Dawn and Karena Hodgson have taken the web by storm with their website ToneItUp.com which receives over 1.8 million unique visitors a month and over 600 twitter mentions per hour. Although the two are business partners, they are also best friends, roommates and much more. Making no apologies for who they are, these women use their "yoga smarts" to push themselves and their brand to wild extremes. Whether they are speaking in their special language of "meows" or debating the merits of bug propellant, the dynamic duo have created an exercise revolution that has already inspired millions.


Tim Gunn's Guide to Style

Everyone's favorite personality on Project Runway gets a chance to be at the helm of his own show. Using his book "Tim Gunn: A Guide to Quality, Taste & Style" as a point of reference, Gunn will go to work on style-challenged subjects to inform the masses on his philosophy of dressing, grooming, and poise.


Brit Cops: Law And Disorder

The action-packed documentary series that follows Britain's police as they battle to protect the public from the most dangerous and persistent offenders in the country. The cameras follow high-speed reaction units and armed response teams whose job it is to keep tabs on home-grown crooks and the growing threat posed by criminals from abroad.


Dukes of Melrose

The show features renowned fashion boutique owners Cameron Silver and Christos Garkinos. As the dynamic duo show off their exclusive and glamorous world of vintage couture, they also buy and consign jaw-dropping pieces made by the hautest fashion icons. Whether it's bidding on a classic Balenciaga gown at a Parisian auction or finding a chic Fendi handbag in the closet of the Hollywood elite, Cameron and Christos will go to any length to source the créme de la créme for their demanding clientele. In the series premiere, one of Hollywood's biggest nights, the Oscars, is fast approaching and Cameron and Christos must make their partnership work to dress the most fashion-forward celebrities.


LOLwork
Bravo,

2012

| Reality

"I can has cheezburger?" That simple, grammatically incorrect question launched an Internet phenomenon known as lolcats, pictures of cats or other animals with funny phrases superimposed on the images. This reality series follows the employees at Cheezburger, which runs ICanHasCheezburger.com (ICHC) and more than 50 similar sites. The staff is led by CEO Ben Huh and includes his wife, Emily, who is the editorial chief for ICHC. Other employees include Will, a cat lover who acts as the company's content supervisor (aka censor) to make sure that every cat on the site receives the respect it deserves. So next time your boss catches you looking at a picture of a cat eating sausage links with a funny caption on it, he'll know who's to blame - Ben Huh and his staff.


Boy Meets Boy
Bravo,

2003

| Reality

Bravo is proud to present television's first gay dating series with "Boy Meets Boy," a new twist on a traditional dating show. You've heard all the controversial buzz - now you can see for yourself what everyone is talking about! "Boy Meets Boy," hosted by Dani Behr, is Bravo's distinctive reality gay dating series with twists that explore the unexpected, leaving the viewers on the edge of their seats. In the premiere episode, viewers will meet James (the "leading man") a handsome, 32-year old administrator in the human resources department of a law firm. James and the fifteen potential mates will live in luxurious but separate accommodations. The suitors vie for his affections by participating in group activities and attending one-on-one dates, while James, with advise from his best friend Andra, eliminate men at the end of each episode. In the final episode, one lucky mate will be chosen for the opportunity to enjoy an exciting and adventure-packed New Zealand vacation with Jam.


Manhunt: The Search for America's Most Gorgeous Male Model
Bravo,

2004

| Reality

Bravo turns the world of modeling on its high-heels by focusing the camera on the ever-neglected world of male fashion models with the first-ever search for the hottest male model. Watch as unsuspecting men are plucked from the streets and invited to participate in a series of challenges to determine who has the looks, style, stamina and charisma to be a male supermodel. Manhunt: The Search for America's Most Gorgeous Male Model will break fashion industry stereotypes as a group of young newcomers compete for the ultimate prize: a $100,000 contract with top international modeling agency, IMG.


Battle of the Network Reality Stars

Battle of the Network Reality Stars is an American television series that aired on the Bravo cable network from August 17 until September 21, 2005. Based on the popular 1970s and 1980s television competition Battle of the Network Stars, the show consisted of thirty-three competitors from several different reality television shows. Some of the better known contestants include Adam Mesh, from the Average Joe TV series, Richard Hatch, Survivor winner, Sue Hawk, the Survivor player who gave the infamous "snakes and rats" speech, Ryan Starr and Nikki McKibbin of American Idol fame, Evan Marriott, of Joe Millionaire fame, and Will Kirby, winner of Big Brother season 2. Chip and Kim McAllister, winners of The Amazing Race 5, also participated. Veteran NBC sportscaster Mike Adamle hosted the show and featured reality reporters Trishelle Cannatella (The Real World: Las Vegas), Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth (The Apprentice - season 1), and Bob Guiney (The Bachelor - season 4). Austin Scarlett of Project Runway made fashion commentary in several episodes.


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