Bravo reveals more of its development slate

New additions to Bravo's development slate bring therapists, relationship experts, corporate recruiters and singles looking for love to the small screen.
October 20, 2010

New additions to Bravo’s development slate will bring therapists, relationship experts, corporate recruiters and yes, singles looking for love to the small screen.

According to Eli Lehrer, vice president of development for Bravo, ‘These projects continue to reflect the broad spectrum of new genres, tones and formats we are focused on developing driven by fascinating personalities who are tastemakers in their field.’

L.A. Therapists (w/t) comes from Intuitive Entertainment, and focuses on the professional and personal lives of top therapists in Los Angeles.

Three single relationship experts – a radio host, print columnist and a blogger – are the subjects of Miss Advised (w/t). The series from RelativityReal and Ashley Tisdale’s Blondie Girl Productions will look at the experts on and off the job, and will also reveal whether they practice what they preach in their own dating lives.

From Boy Wonder Productions is The Proposal Planner (w/t), centering on Sarah Pease, whose job it is to help men plan their elaborate, and expensive, wedding proposals.

The world of headhunting gets the docu-series treatment with The Headhuntress (w/t). Top L.A. corporate recruiter Wendy Doulton and her staff are the subjects of this series, from Merv Griffin Entertainment.

Bravo’s development slate also features What If (w/t), produced by Reveille. The series explores the idea that single females in their mid-30s have most likely already met their future spouse. In every episode, a single woman will reconnect with a male she has known, but never dated, to answer the question of ‘What if?’

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