Bravo’s new development slate includes an unconventional project that will put a contestant’s fate into the hands of the show’s viewers, reports The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed.
The channel describes the project as "the ultimate choose-your-own-adventure." Called “Crowd Control,” the show will use social media interactions to determine how the show’s star lives, the piece notes.
“Every real-life decision put before our host, from what they eat to who they date to the job they take, will be decided entirely by Bravo's highly engaged audience,” Bravo said in a statement.
Other projects in development include one called “Fempire,” about three female chief executives, and another called “The Fit Club,” which tracks New York City’s top fitness trainers.
Bravo is also working on a show called “Last Chance,” about two exes giving their relationship one last chance. It is executive produced by model and actress Jessica Biel, who is married to singer Justin Timberlake.
Another project is “Why Not, Minot?,” which is about people living in Minot, North Dakota, which has become unexpectedly wealthy thanks to expanded oil drilling.