The Real Housewives of New York City
Now that The Real Housewives of New York City's three-part reunion smackdown is done, we'd like to take this time to reflect on the lessons learned — for they were many. As for how many are actually useful, well, good luck with that...
The Real Housewives of D.C.
Michaele and Tareq Salahi are going from the White House's security list to Bravo's A-list.
Michaele Salahi is part of the cast of The Real Housewives of D.C., premiering Thursday, Aug. 5 at 9/8c.
The latest installment of the Bravo franchise — the fifth following...
Real Housewives star Bethenny Frankel's new spinoff became the most-watched series premiere in Bravo's history, according to the network.
More than 2 million viewers tuned in for...
Work of Art
Work of Art, Bravo's new reality show, pits up-and-coming artists against each other — just like in the real world.
Bravo welcomes SJP's new reality series
In the Sarah Jessica Parker-produced series, 14 designers who work in various mediums, compete for the chance to win a solo show at the Brooklyn Museum and $100,000 cash. Each week, a panel of judges, including New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz and British model-actress China Chow (who's also the show's host), critique the work and eliminate one artist.
But this is no stuffy museum piece, says Simon de Pury, an art auctioneer and Work of Art's mentor. "I think everybody ...
Why would a married couple with seven kids and a high-end design business want to have reality show cameras following them around to add to the chaos?
9 by Design's Bob and Cortney Novogratz stopped by TVGuide.com's studio to explain why they signed on to do a show documenting their hectic schedule. The couple also tells us what their kids (Wolfgang, Bellamy, Tallulah, Breaker, Five, Holleder and Major) thought of being on the Bravo show and what they think of being compared to Jon & Kate Plus 8.
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After Danielle Staub's criminal past came to light during last season of Real Housewives of New Jersey, the mother of two decided the only way to deal with the situation was to, well, write a book about it.
Staub stopped by TVGuide.com to plug her tell-all memoir, The Naked Truth, which details her turbulent and abusive past. She wrote the book, she says, to restore her "completely smashed" spirit following the end of filming.
For those of you curious as to what happened between seasons, Staub also reveals how her current beef with Jacqueline arose.
Plus, the housewife explains why she chose to invite her intimidating friend Danny to be her date at the fundraising event at the Brownstone featured in Monday's super-dramatic episode.
Watch the video after the jump.