Move over "Housewives": Bravo has a new slate of new TV shows in development. The network announced its new development slate of seven shows covering a variety of genres from food to pop culture.
- "10 Things That Make Me Happy" will feature celebrities sharing their all-time favorite things, from T-shirts to family heirlooms. There will be three celebrities per episode who will each discuss why each item is so special to them.
- "Fashion Stories of NYC" will feature former "America's Next Top Model" judge and former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley as he guides four up-and-coming design teams through creating their signature collections.
- "Alumni Project" is sort of like a real version of ABC's quickly-canceled "My Generation." The show will feature graduates from some of the top high schools in the US, 15 years after their time in high school.
- "Female Entrepreneur Project" is a new competition series from the co-founders of Fortune's 50 Most Powerful Women in Business ranking.
- New talk show "Property Envy" will have design and real estate experts debating lavish homes on and off the market.
- "Sex And The Kitchen" is a new reality series that follows women in Los Angeles' food and restaurant industry.
- "MD: OC" is like a real-life "Royal Pains," the reality show follows group of doctors who make house calls to their rich patients.
All show names are working titles. Check out the official descriptions below.
"10 Things That Make Me Happy"
Produced by Authentic Entertainment with Lauren Lexton, Tom Rogan and Eddie Saenz as Executive Producers.
Whether it's a family heirloom or the perfect vintage T-shirt, we all own things that have a special place in our heart. The show gets up-close and personal with three different celebrities as they share their 10 all-time favorite things. During each episode, the celebrities will explain why each item means so much to them as well as give viewers an intimate look inside their lives, homes and personal style.
Produced by Left/Right with Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Anneka Jones and Angie Day as Executive Producers.
Viewers will meet graduates of some of the best high schools in the country ... 15 years after the fact. Though their school days are in the past, the competition, the cliques, the insecurities and the longstanding grudges are as true now as they were back then. These driven and successful alumni may have families and careers of their own now, but the friendships, rivalries and love affairs prove that some things never change.
"Fashion Stories Of NYC"
Produced by Hud:sun Media with Michael Rourke and Mioshi Hill as Executive Producers.
We follow four up-and-coming fashion design teams as they produce the defining collection of their careers, all under the watchful eye of fashion icon Andre Leon Talley. The mission to "create, show and sell" is clear for emerging designers striving to build a business in New York City which remains the heart of the fashion industry.
"Female Entrepreneur Project"
Produced by Embassy Row and Entrée Media with Michael Davies, Shauna Minoprio, Pattie Sellers and Sue Callaway as Executive Producers.
From the co-founders of Fortune's 50 Most Powerful Women in Business ranking comes a competition project that breaks the mold of traditional business shows and celebrates the fact that women are leading the charge to build innovative and inspiring companies. Viewers get to delve into the lives and minds of successful female entrepreneurs and watch some of the biggest names in corporate America help them shatter through the glass ceiling.
Produced by World of Wonder with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey and Tom Campbell as Executive Producers.
For all those people who attend open houses with no real intention of buying, this studio-based talk show takes us inside unusual private homes, both on and off the market. Each week our esteemed design and real estate panelists will countdown the top homes and debate the merits of each, all culminating in choosing the property our panel envies most.
"Sex And The Kitchen"
Produced by Brownstone Entertainment with Drew Brown and Bob Gillan as Executive Producers.
This docu-series follows a group of single, successful and beautiful women connected to the restaurant and food industry in Los Angeles as they juggle a world where business always mixes with pleasure.
Produced by Gay Rosenthal Productions with Gay Rosenthal, Paul Barrosse, Amy Shpall and Jonathan Glick as Executive Producers.
When the wealthy elite of Orange County need medical attention, there is only one place to turn ... their cellphones. This version of real life "Royal Pains" follows a group of doctors whose business caters to the rich through house calls. Whether it's stitching up a patient after a surfing accident or racing across town to give a housewife a last minute Botox injection before a social event, these doctors see and handle it all.