"He was something that entered my life that I never had and I probably
will never find somebody like him again," says grieving trainer Brian
Peeler, who takes Doug Blasdell’s passing extremely hard. "I only hope
I can be a third of the man that he was." Find out how Skylab gym owner
Jackie Warner and her trainers honor the memory of their friend and
fellow trainer on the emotionally intense season finale episode of
Bravo’s "Work Out, " Tuesday, May 8 at 10PM (ET/PT).
On this week’s episode of Bravo’s Work Out, SkyLab owner Jackie Warner
and her trainers receive the devasting news that their dear friend and
fellow trainer Doug Blasdell passed away. This poignant episode,
dedicated to the memory of Blasdell, begins with Warner traveling to
her hometown in Ohio where she works to reconcile her relationship with
her mother, as well as visits her father’s grave for the very first
time, Tuesday, May 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
"My stomach dropped, I felt nauseous when I saw the clothes," says
Jackie Warner when she sees the first samples of her clothing line. "I
opened the box and I was horrified, not one piece was representative of
my line and design." It’s more drama for Warner, this time with her new
clothing line. So how does she handle the mounting pressure of it all?
Find out on an all-new episode of Bravo’s "Work Out," airing Tuesday,
April 24 at 10PM (ET/PT).
You know there are a million and five words in the English language,"
says Brian Peeler as he works out while thinking about Jackie Warner’s
news that friend and fellow trainer Doug Blasdell was in the hospital,
"and not one of those could describe what I was feeling at that
moment." So how do Warner and the trainer’s cope with Blasdell’s
unexpected illness? Find out on and all-new episode of Bravo’s "Work
Out," airing Tuesday, April 17 at 10PM (ET/PT).
Bravo’s most successful freshman series of 2006, "Work Out," returns to
follow the professional and personal life of Jackie Warner, elite
trainer and owner of Sky Sport & Spa in Beverly Hills, CA on
Tuesday, March 20 from 11 p.m. -12 a.m., ET/PT on Bravo, immediately
following the special "Watch What Happens: The Real Housewives of
Orange County Reunion." Starting Tuesday, March 27, "Work Out" will
move to its regular timeslot at 10 p.m. Nominated for a 2007 GLAAD
award for Outstanding Reality Program, the eight-episode, one-hour
docu-series will take viewers to different places this season as a new
trainer joins the staff, Warner launches a new business venture, and
emotionally charged happenings occur both inside and outside of the
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.
"Work Out" was a hit for Bravo with 985,000 total viewers tuning in to Tuesday night’s finale episode, making it the most viewed episode for the series in its six-week run. The episode peaked in its final quarter hour with over 1.1 million total viewers tuning in to watch what happened 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.
Bravo’s newest docu-drama, "Work Out," will follow the professional and personal life of Jackie Warner, elite trainer and owner of Sky Sport and Spa in Beverly Hills, California, as she continues to build her business including a team of trainers and a list of select clients. Everything inside of her leading penthouse fitness facility is visually impressive, including the state-of-the-art equipment and the most attractive staff of trainers in the city. "Work Out" examines how these people work and play together, inside and outside the gym. The six-episode, one-hour docu-series will make viewers sweat as conflict, drama and emotional turmoil arise as the trainers strive to keep their valuable clients happy, their personal lives afloat, and meet Jackie’s infinite demands. "Work Out" premieres on Wednesday, July 19, 2006 from 11 p.m. -12 a.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Starting Tuesday, July 25, "Work Out" will move to its regular night and timeslot at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.