Lifetime, Bray cook up “Catering Wars”

New Jersey-headquartered Bray Entertainment is behind the three-episode docuseries debuting on Lifetime, and following four Atlanta catering companies as they attempt to become top dog in Georgia.
July 15, 2013

New Jersey-based Bray Entertainment is hoping a new series debuting on Lifetime will cater to the fickle tastes of fans of reality programming.

Catering Wars, a three x one-hour docuseries following four Atlanta-based catering companies as they attempt to top their local market, begins its run tomorrow night (Tuesday, July 16) at 10 p.m. EST, following the Collins Avenue-produced hit Dance Moms.

In the series, the four companies – Hottie Hawgs, Pat’s Party Perfect, Ocean Catering Company, and Atlanta’s Finest – bid on catering jobs posted on, juggling the need to keep costs low to provide a great deal for prospective clients with the realities of getting the job done.

Known for male-skewing programming, Bray is branching out with projects airing on female-skewing cable nets. In addition to Catering Wars, the company is currently at work on Fashion Phenoms (w/t), part of Style’s recently announced development slate, among other projects.

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