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Which Bravo TV Shows from 2013 Have Been Cancelled?

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Last October I wrote my predictions on what Bravo TV shows that had aired in 2013 would likely get commissioned for a subsequent season and with Bravo Media’s recent press release announcing their 2014 renewals and new programming it’s worth looking back to see how well those predictions fared.

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Which Bravo TV Shows Will or Won’t Be Back in 2014?

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Make sure you read our April 2014 cancellation update article.

Back in April, 2013 when Bravo Media were planning their annual Upfronts presentation to advertisers, they issued a press release announcing their 2013 programming slate as they Greenlit 17 New and 18 Returning Unscripted Series for the coming year. Taking which shows that had aired in 2012 plus those in the first quarter of 2013, that hadn’t gained a series renewal, it was fairly easy to deduce the ratings cut off level which defined success or failure for shows that aired on Bravo TV.

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Eat, Drink, Love – Season 1 Ratings

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Given the plum Sunday night slot of 9pm and with a lead in provided by the currently airing #1 rated show; The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Bravo Media obviously had high hopes for Eat, Drink, Love, given the high value scheduling real estate it was given.

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Bravo Media Greenlights 17 New + 18 Returning Unscripted Series

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With the TV Upfronts season in full swing, Bravo Media have after their Press Breakfast Briefing this morning, announced the new & returning shows for the coming year. Of note is the the first official confirmation that both the poorly rated (in Real Housewives terms anyway) Real Housewives of New York & The Real Housewives of Miami are returning for their sixth & third seasons respectively and as expected there is no third season for Kathy Griffin’s talk show Kathy. One renewal we predicted was the confirmation of a full season order for Fashion Queens, after its original limited three season averaged just under 1m viewers in the 11:30pm Sunday time-slot.

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