via press release:
POWERED BY BREAKTHROUGH ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING BRAVO MEDIA UNVEILS SIX NEW DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
NEW YORK - April 19, 2012 - Driven by an aggressive 27 percent increase in original programming, Bravo Media expands its diverse development slate with six new projects. The network will continue to explore its recently added sixth passion point, Digital, with two new projects, "Shop With Stella" and "Tone It Up." Bravo's additional character-driven development greenlights include "The Gold Coast," "Heirs Of Palm Beach," "Splitsville" and "Untitled Male Model Project." For more information, visit www.BravoTV.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR.
"Bravo is moving full speed ahead to ramp up our diverse development slate and bring our highly engaged audience even more breakthrough original programming," said Eli Lehrer, Vice President of Development for Bravo. "Our newly added Digital passion point provides an expanded development filter for us to explore the innovative and fascinating digital world."
BRAVO SERIES IN DEVELOPMENT:
"The Gold Coast" (working title)
Produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock and Glenda Hersh serving as Executive Producers.
This lively, over-the-top group of twenty-something girlfriends exemplify the "Boomerang Generation" as they move back home after graduating from college to live with their parents on the Gold Coast of Long Island.
"Heirs Of Palm Beach" (working title)
Produced by Pink Sneakers with Kimberly Cowin and John Ehrhard serving as Executive Producers.
Palm Beach is home to the privileged offspring that make up the center of this elite social scene where membership has its privileges and pitfalls.
"Shop With Stella" (working title)
Produced by Firehouse Productions with Nanette Burstein serving as Executive Producer.
Three best friends and roommates find out if they are way over their heads or on the verge of a very profitable future as they try to launch a killer start-up idea for a fashion website that could revolutionize the way women shop.
"Splitsville" (working title)
Produced by BASE Productions with Mickey Stern and John Brenkus serving as Executive Producers.
These high-powered divorce lawyers battle each other with millions of dollars at stake, all while trying to avoid the same personal perils that trap their wealthy clients.
"Tone It Up" (working title)
Produced by Fishbowl Worldwide Media with Vin Di Bona, Bruce Gersh, Susan Levison, Beth Greenwald and Jen Colbert serving as Executive Producers.
Two infectious best friends and roommates become the unlikely "it girls" of the fitness industry after launching their popular Tone It Up website.
"Untitled Male Model Project" (working title) Produced by Done and Done Productions with Adam DiVello serving as Executive Producer.
Some of the most successful men in the world of male modeling try to make the most of this extremely high paying profession with a very short shelf life.