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Bravo lines up digital series “After Hours,” “Vandersnap Rules”

A nightlife show hosted by Carrie Keagan and a Snapchat-based spin on Vanderpump Rules are among the series on Bravo’s short-form digital slate. On Wednesday (Nov. 2), the NBCUniversal-owned cable net ...
November 3, 2016

A nightlife show hosted by Carrie Keagan and a Snapchat-based spin on Vanderpump Rules are among the series on Bravo’s short-form digital slate.

On Wednesday (Nov. 2), the NBCUniversal-owned cable net launched Bravo After Hours (pictured), which follows host Carrie Keagan as tags along with network talent to their go-to night spots. Stars set to appear on the show include Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute of Vanderpump Rules and Erika Jayne of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The series is produced by Goodbye Pictures, with Rich Bye serving as executive producer. The debut episode is available at bravotv.com/bravo-after-hours.

Three more digital series will roll out before the end of the year.

The Last Thing is all about oversharing, as guests reveal the last thing they texted, ate, listened to and kissed, among other confessions. Guests set to appear include Andy Cohen, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Shannon Beador, Sonja Morgan and Heather and Terry Dubrow.

On Bravo’s Midday Getaway offers viewers “video postcards that help users dive deep into exotic locales without booking a ticket,” according to a network statement.

Finally, Vandersnap Rules reimagines moments from the reality series using Snapchat filters.

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