The direct-to-DVD production "The Real Housewives of the Bible" is not a Bravo production and may be infringing on the network’s trademark, reports TMZ.com.
The creator of "Housewives of the Bible," Ty Adams, apparently produced the project without authorization from Bravo. The show is a scripted drama with serious religious themes, even though the packaging looks like a knock-off of the Bravo reality franchise.
A Bravo spokesperson told TMZ that the network is prepared to "vigorously protect our trademarks and take appropriate action when necessary." This may be one of those times, TMZ suggests.