October 24, 2006 09:15 PM by Joe Blackmon
Production will begin in Los Angeles this November on six episodes of the second season of the Bravo original series "Work Out." The show will continue to follow Jackie Warner, owner of "Sky Sport and Spa," as she continues to build her business and goes through the ups and downs of her personal life. The second season will feature Jackie’s fierce team of trainers, some old and some new, who work and play as hard as she does. The announcement was made by Lauren Zalaznick, President of Bravo.
"A new season of ‘Work Out’ will reveal even more of Jackie’s drive as well as her drama," said Zalaznick. "Our docu-drama subjects capture the essence of what Bravo viewers crave–the accessibility of the every day with the riveting insider-y access that all our docu-series provide."
Jackie Warner is owner and managing director of Sky Sport and Spa, an exclusive fitness facility located in downtown Beverly Hills. Her clients include celebrities, moguls and people seeking a higher level of fitness in an elite environment. The gorgeous indoor/outdoor gym boasts 360-degree views of Los Angeles, notable celebrity clientele and classes ranging from "Yoga Under the Stars" to "Power Boxing." Jackie is a fitness maverick with a dynamic, no-nonsense attitude and she will accept only the best in every aspect of her life. She not only hires the most talented and vibrant trainers to work in her gym, but she lets them know in no uncertain terms that it’s her way or the highway.
Over a million total viewers tuned in to watch what happened in the finale episode "Work Out," as businesswoman and elite trainer Jackie Warner resolved issues involving her business, clients and trainers, and made an especially emotional decision about the future of her relationship with her fiery girlfriend, Mimi. The series also grew each week in its regular time slot among total viewers and key demos. "Work Out" is produced for Bravo by Mentorn.