Stars Hit the Blue Carpet at Bravo's New York Upfront - Stepping out for a night celebrating the network they appear on, Bravo’s stars were all on hand for Bravo New York Upfront on Wednesday (April 3). Top Chef
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If you're a star on a Bravo show and you get invited to a group dinner, chances are you or someone you know will wind up storming out. On Wednesday (Feb. 12), the network counted down the ten most insane evenings to make the air on "Bravo's Top Ten Dinners From Hell."
Everything’s bigger in Texas and for the latest season of Top Chef Bravo launched an ambitious Transmedia experience. The on-air storyline was extended across web, mobile, and social media with a digital video series, Last Chance Kitchen, as the centerpiece. And the results impacted the on-air show. Bravo proved it could transform a once-a-week show into a seven-day event and deliver the most successful digital series of any NBCU network with over eight million views.
Andy Cohen is Bravo's Executive Vice President of Development and Talent, a position he has held since November 2011. He is responsible for overseeing the network's current development slate, creating original content, developing innovative formats and identifying new talent. He also serves as executive producer on the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning Top Chef and The Real Housewives franchises