Bravo today announced details on a develoment slate of six unscripted shows, which includes its first two efforts focusing on the online world, “Shop With Stella” and “Tone It Up,” Deadline.com reports.
Online is a new complement to Bravo’s traditional focus areas of food, fashion, beauty, design and pop culture, the story notes.
Here’s a look at the unscripted slate:
“The Gold Coast” (working title): A look at the the “Boomerang Generation” — twenty-something girlfriends — who move back home after graduating from college to live with their parents on the Gold Coast of Long Island. Produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock and Glenda Hersh as executive producers.
“Heirs Of Palm Beach” (working title): A look at the privileged offspring in Palm Beach who are the center of an elite social scene. Produced by Pink Sneakers with Kimberly Cowin and John Ehrhard as executive producers.
“Shop With Stella” (working title): What happens when three best friends/roomies attempt to launch a killer start-up idea for a fashion website that could revolutionize the way women shop — or be a bust. Produced by Firehouse Productions with Nanette Burstein as executive producer.
“Splitsville” (working title): Divorce lawyers battle each other in high-stakes cases with millions of dollars on the line, all while trying to dodge the same fate in their own personal lives. Produced by BASE Productions with Mickey Stern and John Brenkus as executive producers.
“Tone It Up” (working title): A close-up look at the Tone It Up website, where two personable best friends become the unlikely “it girls” of the fitness industry. Produced by Fishbowl Worldwide Media with Vin Di Bona, Bruce Gersh, Susan Levison, Beth Greenwald and Jen Colbert as executive producers.
“Untitled Male Model Project”: The world of male modeling, an extremely high-paying profession with a short shelf-life. Produced by Done and Done Productions with Adam DiVello as executive producer.