Bravo developing four new reality series, including Chris March show
By Reality TV World staff, 10/12/2010
Bravo has announced it is developing four new docu-reality series starring former Project Runway designer Chris March, former American Idol stylist Dean Banowetz, New York City chef Roble Ali, and an unidentified tight-knit, multi-generational family.
Currently dubbed The Chris March Project, March's series will follow the fourth-season Project Runway finalist and his "misfit" staff as they create unique designs for his celebrity clients, who include everyone from Madonna to Meryl Streep. The series is being produced by Matt Westmore Media and No Regrets Entertainment, with Matt Westmore and Noah Scheinmann serving as executive producers.
Banowetz will star in Dean's List, which will follow the Hollywood stylist as he continues to build his business brand by opening a new salon, expanding his high-end house call clientele, and developing a new must-have hair product.
The tentatively-titled series is being produced by Stone & Co. Entertainment and H2R Entertainment and executive produced by Scott Stone, Adam Rosenblatt, Christian Horner, and Jamie Rosenblatt.
Roble & Co will follow Ali -- who has cooked at some of New York's top hotspots -- as he launches a new catering company that will produce world-class events for well-heeled clients. However the process won't always go smoothly, according to Bravo, as he'll be running the company out of his Brooklyn loft and working with his "bossy big sister" Jasmine and a "ragtag crew of old friends and unique characters."
The tentatively-titled series is being produced by Red Line Films and executive produced by Peter Franchella, Aaron Rothman, and Al Szymanski.
Thicker Than Water will follow the "dramatic, chaotic lives" of a family with "many brothers and sisters" and "unbreakable bonds," according to Bravo. The series is being produced by Pink Sneakers and executive produced by Kimberly Cowin and John Ehrhard.
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