Bravo, the network widely known as the home of America's realest housewives, is continuing to beef up its scripted programming slate, and its newest project is a supernatural drama series from Jennifer Garner.
Produced by Garner's Vandalia Films in association with Warner Horizon Television, All the Pretty Faces is a mystery set in the beach town of...
Million Dollar Listing New York's Ryan and Fredrik are coming face-to-face for the first time since last season's finale blowout.
On Wednesday's episode, the two real estate moguls run into each other at an open house. When Fredrik confronts Ryan, he, like usual, makes light of the situation pretending he barely even remembers the conflict.
Bravo is segueing into the scripted world with two new series, while also bringing back familiar faces, including Caroline Manzo and Tom Colicchio for spin-offs of their successful shows, the network announced Tuesday at its upfront presentation.
Slated to premiere in 2015, Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce stars Lisa Edelstein as a self-help book author who hides the fact that she's separated from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in Los Angeles. Janeane Garofalo and Beau Garrett play her best friends and Paul Adelstein plays her soon-to-be ex-husband.
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Bravo is honoring its First Ladies — the Real Housewives — with their own awards show.
The network announced Thursday the first annual Real Housewives Awards, which will honor "the most unforgettable, dramatic and watercooler moments from recent seasons."
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Are business partners and best friends Kat and Karena "breaking up" on the Toned Up finale?
The Bravo series follows the bubbly blondes, who are also roommates, as they build their fitness brand. But as their business soars, the two struggle personally when Kat and her fiancé Brian make it clear it's time for them to move out.
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"It's never a good time for any big move," Kat tells TVGuide.com. "We were in the middle of producing a DVD, we were in the middle of filming our first season of a national television show and then we were ... talking about moving out -- It didn't feel right. We had lived together for so long [so you'll see in the finale] that it stresses me. I don't want things to change. I don't do well with change!"
Also in the one-hour finale, Kat says, "You get a sense of the direction that our company is going in, and the community and what to expect for Season 2 if that were to happen." Adds Karena, "Tone It Up is growing up and they're going to get married and maybe they'll have babies!"