Here is Bravo’s latest press release regarding their upcoming shows. Is it me are they really pumping out new programming like crazy these days? It seems like I read somewhere they are now in the number three slot among cable stations with advertising. That’s huge! It seems like they are throwing everything out there to see what sticks. The good news is all the boys from Million Dollar Listing New York will be back for another season. That’s not much of a surprise considering the episode with Fredrik’s wedding got an Emmy nomination recently. The franchise will increase with the addition of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco. I think San Fran is a great choice with some beautiful real estate for us to drool over.
A bit more surprising is the return of Southern Charm. I might even watch that series now that Thomas Ravenel is off the show. Ravenel is a former politician who already disgraced the fine state of South Carolina once when he was convicted of drug trafficking while holding a state office. Ravenel officially filed to run for U.S. Senate as an independent against two-term Republican incumbent Lindsay Graham. Good luck with that. #eyeroll
Once again the new shows look very promising. But we have learned not to get our hopes up. Game of Crowns anyone? Click through for all the details.
“Million Dollar Listing San Francisco”
Produced by World of Wonder with Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell and Danielle King serving as Executive Producers.
The fourth addition to the successful franchise follows the lives of three ambitious, hot shot real estate agents as they strive to outsell one another, listing some of the most expensive and architecturally diverse properties in America. These brokers-by-the-bay are pushed to the limit by demanding clients, intense competition and complicated personal lives.
“There Goes The Motherhood”
Produced by Magical Elves with Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz as Executive Producers.
Following a high end “mommy and me” group in Los Angeles that is comprised of mothers with distinct and often conflicting parenting styles. Each woman comes to the group, led by parenting expert Jill Spivack, for a different reason and while some admittedly need help, others want to share their parenting knowledge thinking they’ve figured it all out.
“Secrets & Wives”
Produced by Haymaker and Mike TV with Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Michaline Babich, Omid Kahangi, and Michael Call serving as Executive Producers.
Everyone has secrets— except this tight-knit, ultra-wealthy group of friends and rivals who know everything about each other. But that’s just the beginning of the drama for this tangled group as they negotiate life-altering transitions from marriage failures to launching rival businesses to the ongoing hunt for love all under the judgmental eye of lifelong friends who should have their backs.
“Million Dollar Listing New York” Season 4
Produced by World of Wonder with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, Tom Campbell and Danielle King serving as Executive Producers.
Three of Manhattan’s most relentless real estate agents, Fredrik Eklund, Luis D. Ortiz and Ryan Serhant, return for another season as they compete for their share of the market and battle to be the top broker, selling the most desired and expensive real estate in New York. Season three was the highest rated of the series among all key demos with the season finale (6/11/14) delivering 1.7 million total viewers, making it the highest rated episode of the season among all key demos.
“Southern Charm” Season Two
Produced by Haymaker Productions with Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Brian Kestner, Jason Weinberg, Jessica Chesler and Megan Estrada serving as Executive Producers.
The notoriously closed society of Charleston, South Carolina unlocks the gates to reveal a unique and insular culture filled with exclusivity, money and scandal that goes back generations. Bound by tradition and ostentation, these modern day aristocrats struggle to preserve their family name while dealing with the constraints of this tight-knit, posh world. Season one averaged nearly 1.3 million total viewers with the season finale (4/21/14) earning a series high 1.6 million total viewers.
Will you be watching any of these? Why or Why not?