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People of Bravo, if you can’t get to this year’s BravoCon — which will be at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas from Nov. 3 through Nov. 5 — Peacock will be bringing some of it to you. The NBCUniversal streaming service is already the home for Bravo shows, where viewers can see shows the day after they air on cable. But for BravoCon, Peacock will broadcast to its subscribers a selection of panels, five episodes of “BravoCon Live With Andy Cohen!,” interviews with Bravolebs and other behind-the-scenes content, starting on Nov. 3, the first day of the convention, with new content added through Nov. 10.
Though the panels won’t be streaming live, Peacock subscribers will be able to watch the ones for the post-#Scandoval “Vanderpump Rules” and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” soon after they conclude on Nov. 3. Also streaming will be “Bravolebrity Shop-Off,” which, according to the announcement, will be a “one-stop shop featuring some of Bravo’s top business mavens pitching their most beloved products,” during which viewers “will have the chance to purchase the products featured via a QR code that will be displayed on screen.”
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Other panels that will roll out on Peacock include the highly anticipated new season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”; “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy”; the panel for “Summer House,” during which the broken engagement of cast members Lindsay Hubbard and Carl Radke will surely take centerstage; “Below Deck” and “Southern Charm.”
Additionally, the streamer will also carry, according to the press release, “same-day content from BravoCon’s ‘Bravoverse Live Stage’ featuring interviews with Bravo’s must buzzworthy stars.”
There will also be five BravoCon editions of Cohen’s nightly talk show “Watch What Happens Live!” — those will air on Bravo starting on Nov. 5, and will stream on Peacock the next day.
BravoCon 2023 is the third time NBCUniversal has gathered devoted fans of the network together. The first two conventions took place at the Javits Center in New York City — in 2019 and 2022 — but BravoCon has moved to Las Vegas in order to better accomodate its sold out crowds.
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