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Under the management of new Vice President of Development Eli Lehrer, Bravo is currently creating four new reality shows, three of which are based in the celebrity-service industry.
Let's take a look at the projects:
Dean's List is a docudrama following around celebrity hair stylist Dean Banowetz. Produced by Stone & Co., the masterminds behind NYC Prep.
Next up is an series starring Project Runway favorite Chris March. In working title March Madness, Cameras will follow the designer and his "crew of misfits" as they create custom pieces for a clientele that includes Meryl Streep and Madonna. It'll be produced by Matt Westmore Media and No Regrets Entertainment (best known for MTV's Hired).
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- Rachel Stein
A Hollywood hair stylist, a celebrity fashion designer and a celebrity New York chef are the stars of 3 series Bravo announced this morning as part of its development slate. The fourth one, Thicker Than Water, revolves around a multi-generational family - an unusual departure for the cable channel which has been focused mostly on style, cooking, conniving housewives, celebrities and larger-than-life personalities. Here are the descriptions of Bravo's 4 series in development: Dean's list: Hollywood Hair Guy and former American Idol stylist, Dean Banowetz, is best known for his fierce styling, endless imagination, celebrity clientele, amazing lifestyle. From opening a new salon and working with rocket scientists inventing his next must have hair product to building his high-end clientele by doing high-priced house calls, the series follows Dean as he builds his brand in Hollywood. The project is exec produced by Scott Stone for Stone & Co. Entertainment and Adam Rosenblatt, Christian Horner, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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