I’m not being sarcastic. I’m a fan. I think that Andy Cohen, the brains behind Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise, is the Andy Warhol of the 21st Century. His version of Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans and multi-colored Marilyns are the table-flipping divas and surgically-buoyed breasts he puts “on display.”

Everyone I went to high school and college with!

Watch: First 10 Minutes of ‘Top Chef’ Season 10 Premiere | Bravo

Here’s the only new Bravo show I care about:

Life After Top Chef
Produced by Magical Elves with Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Casey Criley and Nan Strait serving as Executive Producers.
For the first time cameras are taken outside of the Top Chef kitchen and into the lives of Bravo’s most beloved former cheftestants as they reach milestones in their personal lives and culinary careers.  From opening their own restaurants to expanding their growing franchises, viewers will follow Jen Carroll in Philadelphia, Richard Blais in Atlanta, Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles and Spike Mendelsohn in D.C.



“These are the best pancakes I’ve ever had.” In case you missed it, Pee-wee Herman killed it as guest judge on Top Chef. [bravo]

Guess they weren’t ready to pack their knives and go.


It would be from the creators of Bravo’s Watch What Happens, which discusses that net’s reality programs immediately after they air. 

I think this is a good move for the network and could hold viewers as well as increase dialogues that are already going on online.

Chef Hugh Acheson will also be a part of the panel on a rotating basis, along with series staples Padma Lakshmi, Gail Simmons and Tom Colicchio. The new season will take place in Texas, spread across Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas. 


And here I thought Andy Cohen had never met a real housewife he didn’t like.