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Extra: Bravo sets late-night talk show; RTS Yorkshire Awards unveiled

Bravo readies Real Men Watch Bravo with Jerry O’Connell NBCUniversal-owned network Bravo Media is launching Real Men Watch Bravo,  a late-night talk show executive produced and hosted by actor Jerry O’Connell. Produced ...
July 9, 2018

Bravo readies Real Men Watch Bravo with Jerry O’Connell

NBCUniversal-owned network Bravo Media is launching Real Men Watch Bravo,  a late-night talk show executive produced and hosted by actor Jerry O’Connell.

Produced by Embassy Row, the show will feature O’Connell alongside a panel of male celebs, comics and tastemakers as they discuss buzz-worthy Bravo moments and a variety of pop culture topics.

An avid Bravo viewer, O’Connell is not shy about providing advice to The Real Housewives from every franchise to taking sides on some of the most controversial Bravo feuds.

Real Men Watch Bravo will offer the male point of view on all things Bravo and entertainment. Whether realizing they were a die-hard Vanderpump Rules fan after being introduced to the series by their girlfriends or learning how to cook from binging Top Chef episodes, these men are unapologetic ‘Bravoholics’.

The late-night show is produced by Michael Davies, Andy Cohen and O’Connell serve as executive producers.

Real Men Watch Bravo is set to premiere fall 2018 on Bravo.

RTS reveals Yorkshire Programme Award winners

The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain’s forum for television and related media, has unveiled the winners for the 2018 RTS Yorkshire Programme Awards at a ceremony held in Leeds on Friday night (July 6).

The awards seek to honor the production units and people behind Yorkshire programming that is making waves nationally and internationally. In all, 22 categories across the factual and scripted television realms were recognized.

Channel 4′s popular docuseries Catching a Killer (pictured) – produced by True Vision Yorkshire – led the way in the Documentary Series category, taking the win over Daisybeck Studios and Motion Content Group’s The Yorkshire Vet (Channel 5) and True North Productions’ The Yorkshire Dales & The Lakes (More 4).

Taking home honors in the Factual Entertainment & Features grouping, meanwhile, was the Shiver-produced Elton John: The Nation’s Favourite Song for ITV, while hardware in the Low Cost Factual category went to Air Television’s 999 Rescue Squad for UKTV.

In the Professional Excellence: Factual Production category, C4′s Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming from True Vision Yorkshire came out on top, while Daisybeck Studios’ post-production team took home the top prize in the Professional Excellence: Factual Post Production category for Channel 5′s The Yorkshire Vet.

The RTS Yorkshire Centre Programme Awards took place at The Queen’s Hotel in Leeds. A full list of winners can be found here.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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