In each episode, a woman goes undercover, looking to see if she’ll be treated differently by the same people now that she’s presenting as male.
The Bravo reality star faced three years in prison and a $2,500 fine, but pled guilty to a lesser charge and received a suspended 30-day sentence.
Among the producers of this new competition are Survivor’s former showrunner and the ABC executive who developed The Mole.
A review of Best Room Wins, which is similar to Trading Spaces, but with a higher budget and the homeowners lingering to see what’s happening to their rooms.
“I can’t tell you the last time I saw rich Mexicans being as silly and over the top as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or the Shahs of Sunset. I don’t see that, and I grew up as an American loving reality TV.”
The new Blind Date will have a narrator, plus the show’s original “thought bubbles to ensure nothing goes unsaid.”
Original Queer Eye cast members Thom Filicia and Carson Kressley are back together, and it’s absolutely wonderful.
A look at Bravo’s new Home and Design Friday night lineup, including answers to questions about Buying it Blind, on which experts buy and renovate a home for a couple who doesn’t get to see it first.
Bravo’s Welcome to Waverly decided to be The Simple Life instead of The Real World with adults.
Thomas Ravenel has been accused of sexually assaulting two different women. Now he says he’s quitting the show.
Tabloid Wars aired just six episodes on Bravo back in 2006, and went behind the scenes of The New York Daily News’ daily reporting. It’s still great reality TV.
Bravo announced eight new series in development that suggest the network is looking to move outside of the rut it’s dug for itself for years now.
Vanderpump Rules, Flipping Out, and Shahs of Sunset are among the shows Bravo renewed today.
A review of Relative Success with Tabatha, Tabatha Coffey’s new Bravo show on which she helps struggling businesses, but it isn’t quite like her previous series—starting with the fact that she hugs someone.
A review of Stripped, the Bravo reality show on which people give up all their possessions for 21 days, including their clothing.