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Online Program To Allow Fans To Interact With Their Favorite Bravo Reality Stars

January 12, 2007 11:20 PM by Joe Reality

Had an opinion about Jeffrey’s collection in “Project Runway”? Wondering what “Top Chef’s” Carlos was thinking, concocting avocado/bacon-flavored ice cream? Now viewers will have the opportunity to ask their burning questions immediately after their favorite shows. Hosted by Bravo’s own pop culture pundit Andy Cohen, Senior Vice President, Production and Programming and writer of the popular Andy’s Blog on Bravotv.com,”Watch What Happens” will be a 20-minute, weekly, live-streaming, online program on Wednesdays at 11PM ET on Bravotv.com, immediately following Bravo’s Wednesday night competition reality series. The show kicks off on Wednesday, January 17 at 11PM ET, following the 10PM airing of “Top Chef.” The announcement was made today by Frances Berwick, Executive Vice President, Programming and Production, Bravo.

“Bravo viewers are fanatics about our reality competition series,” said Berwick. “They go online immediately after an episode and gossip about what happened each week — the drama, the controversy, the judging. ‘Watch What Happens’ will provide an even richer interactive experience for our fans to further engage in the programs they find so addictive.”

Every week, Cohen will sit down with one or two guests — the winner, the loser, a judge, a favorite personality — chatting about what transpired in that night’s episode and the drama that ensued. Viewers have the ability to phone-in, e-mail and text message questions, comments or just plain rants about their favorite shows.

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