Chrissy Teigen-Produced Safari Series & Manhattan Reality Show Lead Bravo Slate As ‘Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen’ Renewed Through End Of 2025 & ‘The Valley’ Returning For Season 2

Chrissy Teigen, Andy Cohen, the cast of The Valley and numerous Real Housewives will be celebrating today after Bravo unveiled its latest programming slate.

The NBCUniversal cable network has ordered one new show, New York-set reality series Making It In Manhattan, revealed it is developing a South African Bush series produced by Chrissy Teigen and handed out a large swathe of renewals including for buzzy Vanderpump Rules spinoff The Valley and Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

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Making It In Manhattan follows a tight-knit group of friends navigating the trials and triumphs of young adulthood. While some hail from the spotlight of well-known families, others have created a legacy of their own, but they all are looking to thrive in the city that never sleeps. Together they will challenge societal norms, redefine success, juggle personal and romantic relationships, and lean on each other for support in order to turn their skyline-high aspirations into reality, per the network.

The series comes from 9th Degree with Michaline Babich, Shari Levine, David O’Connell, Chaz Morgan and Ariel Argus serving as executive producers

On Safari (w/t) is set in the heart of the South African Bush and explores the world of the most luxurious safari experiences, and the international group of guides who create once-in-a-lifetime moments for their adventure seeking clientele. While five-star service is the priority and expectation, this group of guides proves that the only thing more wild and unpredictable than the animals are the dynamics amongst each other.

It is produced by Ample Entertainment and Teigen’s Huntley Productions with Teigen exec producing alongside Ari Mark, Phil Lott and Tracy Stevens.

Despite false reports, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen has been picked up through the end of next year as it celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. This comes as Cohen has been cleared of a number of booze, drugs and sexual harassment allegations.

Other renewals include The Valley, which is the network’s most-watched freshman series in nearly a decade, Below Deck, Summer House and multiple cities from The Real Housewives franchise including Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Orange County, Miami, New York City, Potomac and Salt Lake City.

Other shows with upcoming new seasons include Married to Medicine, Top Chef, Southern Charm and Southern Hospitality.  

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