Bravo to premiere trio of series in January

The U.S. cable network will begin airing three new docuseries as the new year kicks off: Toned Up (pictured), Blood, Sweat & Heels and 100 Days of Summer.
November 18, 2013

U.S. cable network Bravo will debut three reality series in the new year.

The fitness docusoap Toned Up, docu-soap Blood, Sweat & Heels, and the Chicago-set 100 Days of Summer will begin airing in January.

Produced by Fishbowl Worldwide Media, Toned Up stars entrepreneurial fitness gurus, friends and roommates Katrina Dawn and Karena Hodgson (pictured). The pair is behind the successful website ToneItUp.com, which receives 1.8 million unique monthly visitors.  The series will premiere on January 2 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT.

The docuseries Blood, Sweat & Heels follows a group of self-starting professionals in New York City as they cross paths while pursuing personal and professional goals. The cast includes video vixen-turned-realtor Melyssa Ford, real estate partner Brie Bythewood, modeling agency owner Mica Hughes, style expert Daisy Lewellyn, blogger Demetria Lucas and pop culture journalist Geneva S. Thomas.  The show will begin airing on January 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT and is produced by Leftfield Pictures.

Finally, Bravo will premiere 100 Days of Summer on January 7 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The series follows a group of young professionals in Chicago over the course of one summer. The cast, a mix of nightlife characters, real estate moguls and entrepreneurs, includes Vincent Anzalone, Ray Austin, Tara Clack, Phillips Demming, Jay Michael and Pascale Wellin.

The show is produced by Half Yard Productions. A preview will air on December 5 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT.

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