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‘RHOM’, ‘Below Deck Down Under’ Move From Peacock To Bravo As NBCU Announces New & Returning Series

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Both RHOM and Below Deck Down Under are making the move from Peacock to Bravo, NBCU announced earlier today (Tuesday, May 9).

According to a network press release, The Real Housewives of Miami — which is currently in production on Season 6 — will premiere on Bravo when it returns this fall as will Season 2 of Below Deck Down Under.

Although they are making the move to Bravo, both the RHOM reboot and Below Deck Down Under will be available to stream on Peacock the next day. The network also announced they have renewed a slew of series for new seasons, while confirming premiere dates for a few brand new entries, too.

Series returning to Bravo in 2023 – 2024

  • The Real Housewives of New York City — Season 14 premieres July 16
  • Top Chef — Currently airing Season 20, renewed for Season 21
  • The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — Season 13 now in production
  • Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles — Season 15 now in production
  • The Real Housewives of Potomac — Season 8 now in production
  • Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen — Currently airing Season 20, already renewed for Season 21
  • Married To Medicine — Season 10 now in production
  • The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City — Season 4 now in production
  • Southern Hospitality — Renewed for Season 2, now in production
  • The Real Housewives of Miami (RHOM) — Season 6 now in production
  • The Real Housewives of Dubai — Season 2 now in production
  • Below Deck — Renewed for Season 11, filming already complete
  • Southern Charm — Renewed for Season 10, filming already complete
  • Below Deck Mediterranean — Renewed for Season 8, filming already complete
  • Winter House — Renewed for Season 2, filming already complete
  • Below Deck Down Under — Already renewed for Season 2, filming now complete
  • Vanderpump Rules — Currently airing Season 10, renewed for Season 11

As the network points out, The Real Housewives of Orange County has already been announced for Season 17 and premieres this June, while Season 20 of Project Runway debuts the same month.

New series coming to Bravo in 2023

  • Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard — Premiered Sunday, May 7
  • Dancing Queens — Premieres Tuesday, May 9 at 9|8c
  • Luann and Sonja: Welcome To Crappie Lake — Premieres this July

While LuAnn de Lesseps and Sonja Morgan’s spinoff show was announced way back at BravoCon and completed filming this summer, the network has not specified an exact date in July for its debut. It may be smart, however, for the network to pair it with The Real Housewives of New York City, which is returning for Season 14 with an all-new cast.

The series follows the two RHONY frenemies as they travel to “Benton, Ill., in a hysterical fish-out-of-water experience.”

Shows missing from Bravo’s announcement

While this is certainly exciting news for Bravo fans, some key shows are missing from today’s announcement.

Family Karma — which wrapped Season 3 back in February — is one show not on the list. While the Miami-based series has a dedicated fan base, live ratings have slowed for the bubble series.

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Family Karma was not named on Bravo’s just-released list of returning series. (Photo: Bravo)

The Real Housewives of New Jersey is also missing from Bravo’s announcement but with steady ratings and a headline-grabbing cast, expect this hit to be back in 2024. The same goes for Below Deck Sailing Yacht.

Summer House, which is currently airing Season 7 on Monday nights, is also missing from the list but seeing as Bravo recently chose to use the moniker to launch a new spinoff Summer House Martha’s Vineyard, the Hamptons-based original series is also expected to return.

No news just yet on what this means for Peacock but it is safe to say NBCU has something up their sleeves with some of these moves (like RHOM and Below Deck Down Under switching from Peacock to Bravo). According to a report from Tech Crunch, the streamer boasted 20 million paid subscribers as of January 2023 despite reporting huge financial losses with the parent company explaining investments in production and content are to blame.

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