The lady/gay reality network has added a fifth evening of original programming to its brightly-hued lineup, we're guessing Sunday night. New shows will include Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and some actual scripted fare, including a comedy about male escorts.
So that ought to be fun! Here are a few of the upcoming original series that sound the most depressingly interesting. Via Broadcasting & Cable:
Around the World in 80 Plates, a globetrotting culinary competition with contestants working in the kitchens of some of the world's most famous restaurants.
Fashion Masters, a two-hour special featuring fashion designers squaring off in a design competition.
Hitmakers, which takes the reality-competition formula and applies it to aspiring singer-songwriters. In each episode the winning song will be performed by a top musical artist.
I'm Not Myself These Days, a one-hour scripted drama based on the novel of the same name. The series follows a straight, married man who lives a double-life as a drag queen.
Hitmakers could be fun to watch, or it could be head-squishingly awkward and awful. What sort of lyrics will people come up with?? Thrilling/terrifying. But you know what's all we really want next from Bravo? Real Housewives of Dallas. Wouldn't that be just terrific, y'all?