U.S. net Bravo has added four titles to its development slate, including matchmaking show Family Love, and ski instructor reality show Apres Ski.
Produced by Tricon Films and Television, Apres Ski (working title) delves into the lives of ski instructors and their elite clientele at world-class luxury resorts, following them as they they ski by day and lodge together by night. Exec producers are Andrea Gorfolova and Jeff Hevert.
Meanwhile, #obsessed (working title), from Embassy Row, is a show hosted by internet stars the SRSLY girls, Danielle Gibson and Alexandra Fiber.
The show is billed as being a comedic “let’s talk about it” round-up, “featuring two best friends and obsessionados who are totally up to speed on the latest trends from the most eccentric health crazes like ‘oil pulling’ to the newest foodie renaissance of toast,” according to Bravo.
The show’s EPs are Michael Davies, Richard Korson, Alexandra Fiber and Danielle Gibson.
In Family Love (w/t), from Core Media Group and exec producer Patti Stanger (pictured above), audiences will follow Lisa Galos and her unconventional family of matchmakers – including her single daughter, gay son, ex-husband, and her ex-husband’s former mistress – to set up the hottest singles in Chicago.
The show’s other EPs are Jennifer O’Connell and Rob Lee.
Finally, Intuitive Entertainment is developing High Stakes Style (w/t), with Mechelle Collins and Kevin Dill serving as executive producers.
The show follows home shopping star Shannon Mattingly as she and her team invest in one-of-a-kind beauty and style solutions, while aiming to help budding entrepreneurs kick start their beauty and fashion businesses while also turning a profit.
“Our latest crop of development is all about connecting Bravo viewers with who they definitely must know and what they absolutely cannot live without,” said Lara Spotts, senior VP of Development for Bravo Media.
“From a glimpse inside a luxury ski resort to a curation of what’s new and what’s next, Bravo has its finger on the pulse of the latest trends for our viewers to keep up at the watercooler.”