Bravo Takes Wraps Off New Slate of Original, Short-Form Digital Video Series

May 12, 2016  •  Post A Comment

Bravo Media unveiled a new lineup of original programming, kicking off today with the launch of “Million Dollar Listing’s Ka-Ching!” on BravoTV.com. The show, which stars Fredrik Eklund, will be followed by the rollout of four additional series in the coming months.

“Million Dollar Listing’s Ka-Ching!” will present stories about unusual manifestations of luxury and wealth. “Whether it’s doughnuts frosted in 14k gold or 4 million-dollar diamond-encrusted sneakers, Fredrik will get the inside intel on the outrageous price tags and why they’re worth it,” Bravo said in its announcement. All 12 episodes of the show are available now on BravoTV.com.

Here are the network’s blurbs on the other digital shows that are in the pipeline for later this year:

  • “The Folio” — Explores the latest trends in beauty and fashion, from street-savvy style to make-up bag musts and beyond.
  • “Tipsy by Bravo” — Single servings of fun that put a fresh twist on classic cocktail recipes. Each video will break down the tools and expert tips viewers need to upgrade their cocktail game.
  • “Bravo After Hours” — Viewers will take a guided tour through the late-night hours of top celebrity guests, exploring their perfect nightcap, go-to late-night eats, all-night dance parties and more.
  • “Throwback Bravo” — Host Daryn Carp mines the Bravo vault to revisit the most memorable moments of Bravo’s past and brings them into the present with a new spin.

In the announcement, Lisa Hsia, Executive Vice President, Digital, Bravo and Oxygen Media, said: “With the launch of our new slate of original series, Bravo Media is reinforcing its commitment to digital video content and continuing to push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our innovative approach allows Bravo to serve up snackable, shareable features around our core fans’ passion points of pop culture, fashion, beauty, travel and everything in between.”

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  1. I have been disappointed in many of the Bravo shows lately… they have been advertising many of the Housewives shows as NEW…then airing the old ones as “social” shows…which means rerunning an old show. They also have done this with Southern Charm. When I start watching one of these shows I think I have seen the show before, they air half of an old show and new material the second half. No Fair BRAVO.. I will switch to scripted shows first from now on..

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