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DeMarkay593 posts since 29 Oct 2015
London London
With Comcast now owning Sky, I thought that it would be a great opportunity to bring Bravo back to the UK but closely aligned with its US counterpart, the home of The Real Housewives franchise.

Below is a launch promo example of how it would be reintroduced in the UK.

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It will have a different on-screen identity to the US version, but will feature the same programmes as well as original UK ones.

Thoughts and suggestions welcome.
Last edited by DeMarkay on 16 November 2019 2:30am
Sh1ruba387 posts since 13 Jan 2019
Central (West) Midlands Today
With Comcast now owning Sky, I thought that it would be a great opportunity to bring Bravo back to the UK but closely aligned with its US counterpart, the home of The Real Housewives franchise.

Below is a launch promo example of how it would be reintroduced in the UK.

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It will have a different on-screen identity to the US version, but will feature the same programmes as well as original UK ones.

Thoughts and suggestions welcome.

Oooh, I like it.
But would you make an alternative version if the male version was to return? Like revamp the famous devil horns "O" logo
Also I was expecting you'd used the American Bravo logo
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Brekkie32,597 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
I'm not sure in this day and age any channel would say they are "for the girls".

Not enough there to really judge on - at the moment it's a not-bad logo and a bit of text over a filtered image of some trash TV.
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.
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ccateni10 posts since 24 Apr 2019
UTV Newsline
It's a decent idea, but not sure if it would be realistic for Comcast or Sky to use this look. My mom is a huge Bravo U.S. fan. Showing her this, she told me it would be more wise for a company like comcast to use something similar to the U.S. channel, but with their own touch to it. (Like Spike TV or Style)