Bravo Adds Five Digital Series to Online Slate (Exclusive)

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The series will explore everything from luxury travel to relationship issues to the weekly drama on Bravo's reality TV slate.

Bravo is staying on brand with its new slate of digital series. 

The cable network has greenlighted five new shortform web series that build off its schedule of housewives, million-dollar homes and celebrity news. Among its new series is The Upgrade, a series about luxury travel that will live on Bravo's Jet Set site, and a series called Bake Amends about saying "I'm sorry" in the form of an apology cake. 

The projects come on the heels of a month in which the Bravo website reached a high of 27.6 million visits and 13.5 million unique visitors. Bravo's VOD platform has seen 45.3 million year-to-date views on set-top boxes.

"This marks another milestone in continuing our momentum in the digital storytelling space and in delivering fresh and compelling content for consumers," said Lisa Hsia, executive vp digital at Bravo and Oxygen Media. 

Last year, Bravo launched its most ambitious digital project to date when it premiered its first stand-alone web series, Going Off the Menu, about finding hidden foodie experiences. Going Off the Menu recently returned for a second season with celebrity chef Graham Elliot as its host. 

Here is Bravo's full digital slate: 

Jet Set’s The Upgrade — Travel expert Ben Schlappig reveals how you can score high-end, luxury travel experiences using only reward programs including airline and credit card miles. Launching from Bravo's travel site Jet Set, this immersive journey into the world of luxury travel will offer up fresh video, editorial and social posts each week.

Personal Space — From celebrity PDA, blind-date disasters and dealing with your in-laws, this digital video series will unpack a week’s worth of relationship issues and provide comprehensive coverage and commentary on the three Rs — Romance, Relatives and Relationships.

The Weekly Pre-game — Serving as the play-by-play for reality television, every Monday host Daryn Carp will break down the Bravo clashes, confrontations, wins and losses expected for the week ahead.

Dish Happy Hour — This new series serves up the week’s buzziest stories from Bravo’s The Daily Dish along with the cocktails needed to wash them down. It’s the TGIF pop-culture happy hour fans didn’t know they needed.

Bake Amends — See what’s cooking in the world of apology cakes, where people say sorry by whipping up a baked creation … which doesn’t always go according to plan.