There is the real world, and then there is the world of Bravo reality TV.
While technically is set on planet Earth, the cast members’ actions and dialogue aren’t of the quotidian realm. Everything we see has been churned, tweaked, and refined through an assembly line of producers and editors. And, unsurprisingly, the final product The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is totally addictive.
Bravo's lineup is so jam-packed, it's likely there's a new episode of at least one series every day of the week. So of
course there are enough shows to satisfy each of your kaleidoscopic moods. You don't need to scream into a pillow or jump for joy to express your range of emotions. Instead, make pilgrimage to the epicenter of reality TV.
On Bravo, different clans of niche communities get a stage to be their most extreme, dramatic selves. Whether they are cruising a yacht in the Caribbean in
Below Deck or making the New Jersey gala rounds in RHONJ, you’re sure to see tables flipped, tears shed, and tumultuous relationships ridden out to their bitter ends.
There's a show for every mood. Have fun, and remember: The next season's just around the corner.
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When you’ve just whipped up an impossible meal from the dredges of the refrigerator, and realize you have mastered adulthood and the culinary arts:
(2006-present) Top Chef
The classic cooking competition show pits professional chefs against each other in a series of difficult challenges, like preparing an entire Feast of the Seven Fishes. The judges have palates as fickle as Simon Cowell's ear.
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When you don’t have time to keep up with the Kardashians because your own friend group is complicated enough, thank you:
(2010-present) The Real Housewives Beverly Hills
The word "real" in this show about the socialites of Beverly Hills is most definitely an exaggeration.
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When you’d rather smash a wall than deal with your problems through open and honest communication:
(2017-present) Cyrus vs. Cyrus: Design and Conquer
Now that Billy Ray has changed his name to "Cyrus," it looks like the Cyrus family is divided into three groups: singers, interior designers, and
Cyrus himself. In this show, Brandi and Trish Cyrus perform interior design miracles throughout Nashville. Photo by: Anna Webber/Bravo More VIDEO
When you get misty-eyed thinking of cool summer nights when, as a camp counselor, you'd play spin the bottle after campers went to sleep, and your life was a coming-of-age novel:
(2013-present) Below Deck
Each episode, the crew of a 100-foot yacht must cater to the hedonistic whims of a new group of partiers. The show follows the crew and the rotating passengers' shenanigans under the Mediterranean sun.
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When you wish you had a devil, an angel, and the Fab Five perched atop your shoulders, providing life guidance:
(2003-2007) Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
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When your family baggage feels heavier than usual:
(2009-present) The Real Housewives of New Jersey
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When you go to Happy Hour on a Tuesday, but actually you’re working at the bar, and are just drunk:
(2013-present) Vanderpump Rules
Lisa Vanderpump of
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hit Bravo stardom big time with this spin-off, which focuses on Vanderpump's luxury restaurant and its crew. Photo by: Nicole Weingart/Bravo More
When you know you’re objectively correct, and wished everyone else would know it too:
(2008-2015) Millionaire Matchmaker
In which professional matchmaker Patti Stanger gives questionable life advice to millionaires seeking partners, but says it so forcefully you might actually take her seriously. Our advice: Don't.
When you’re wearing a ball gown with nowhere to go, and realize Tennessee Williams could make a good heroine out of you:
(2014-present) Southern Charm
Beneath the veneer of Southern gentility is a whole lotta drama in this show that follows the "old generation families" of Charleston, South Carolina.
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When you're a hypochondriac who saves on medical bills by exclusively socializing with doctors:
(2013-present) Married to Medicine
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Married to Medicine follows seven Atlanta women who are either doctors, or married to them. Photo by: Quantrell Colbert/Bravo More
When you feel more queen than civilian:
(2014-present) Ladies of London
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When you're feeling like a doormat:
Million Dollar Listing
Are they realtors, or tour guides for the uber-rich? Either way, the guys put up with a lot in this
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