Channel Seven will launch new free-to-air channel 7Bravo in 2023 as a destination for reality TV and true crime content
Channel Seven announced on Tuesday that it has signed a deal with US media giant NBCUniversal (NBCU) to launch a new channel called 7Bravo.
The free-to-air platform will specialize in: reality and real crime programming.
The channel will be officially launched next year and will start on January 15.
Channel Seven announced on Tuesday that it has signed a deal with US media giant NBCUniversal (NBCU) to launch a new channel called 7Bravo. Pictured: The Real Housewives Girls Trip season one cast
Seven’s announcement included news that 7Bravo will host reality and true crime content produced for Peacock, NBCU’s streaming platform.
Viewers can watch reality TV favorites on the new platform.
These include the final seasons of The Real Housewives of Miami and The Real Housewives of Dubai.
They will be joined by new series such as The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip and Below Deck Down Under.
Viewers will be able to see reality TV favorites on the new platform, including the latest seasons of The Real Housewives of Miami (pictured) and new series such as The Real Housewives Ultimate Girl Trip and Below Deck Down Under
Entertainment and celebrity gossip will also be featured on the new channel featuring the Live with E! pop culture show.
Meanwhile, the true crime shows on 7Bravo will include The First Mindhunter, Black Widow Murder and Buried in The Backyard.
Bravo7 will also feature new episodes of the famous American chat show The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Seven Network has partnered with US media giant NBCUniversal to launch a new free-to-air channel 7Bravo in 2023 as a destination for true-crime and reality content. Pictured: The cast of the Real Housewives of Dubai
Fans can also enjoy the TV show Judge Jerry.
As part of the multi-year deal, Seven has also acquired all of NBCUniversal’s scripted network and cable dramas and comedies, as well as their back catalog
TV Black Box reports that fans can look forward to seeing the sci-fi series Quantum Leap starring Raymond Lee and the sitcom Lopez vs. Lopez, starring George Lopez and Mayan Lopez, as part of the deal.
Both shows will air on Channel Seven’s main channel next year.
Deckhand Ben Crawley (pictured) from Below Deck Down Under, coming soon on 7Bravo