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Bravo Dives Into Original Scripted Programming

Bravo Dives Into Original Scripted Programming

Bravo, the channel best known for putting real housewives acting really badly on television sets across the nation, announced at its upfronts today that it has three scripted programs in development—plus 17 new unscripted programs.

The three original shows are “Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce,” in which a self-help author hides her separation from her husband; a drama about a wealthy Upper East Side family whose fortune has been made in the diamond market and the young heiresses who try to unravel a murder mystery, titled, appropriately, “Heiresses”; and period drama “Hugh and Low,” which follows two half-brothers in the 1980s as they open a restaurant together.

Among the announced unscripted shows are “Princesses: Long Island,” about young, rich Long Island  women who move back to their families’ estates; “City Sisters,” about a group of New York City friends living their lives in New York City; and the self-evident “Newlyweds: The First Year.”

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