DJ Envy Scores Bravo Deal for Docu-Comedy Series ‘Gold With Envy’
DJ Envy currently co-hosts Power 105's The Breakfast Club, but the syndicated radio show won't be the only place you can see Envy in the coming months. According to a May 21 report from Variety, cable network Bravo has ordered 11 new shows, including a new docu-comedy about the the radio personality and his family titled Gold With Envy.
According to the official description for the upcoming show, the series will follow Envy and his wife Gia as they attempt to balance their hectic lives. The show will also feature a cast that includes friends, extended family and their five children, as the couple "works to keep up the street cred that has made them a household name."
Gold With Envy will be produced by Truly Original, while Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh and Lauren Eskelin will serve as executive producers. Envy and his wife will also work as co-executive producers.
“Bravo offers a wide scope of programming that gives viewers many options to escape their normal reality mixing humor and fun with layered storytelling resulting in addictive series that offer unique worlds and characters,” said Rachel Smith, senior vice president of development for Bravo Media.
“With this new slate of development, we’re testing unexpected environments and loud formats that aim to attract a wide audience while staying true to what makes Bravo so distinct," she continued.
The DJ celebrated the news on Instagram, posting a screenshot of the report and writing, "@bravotv + TheCaseyCrew = A Real Family Show... CoExecutive Producer - Raashaun & Gia Casey. Envy's real name is Raashaun Casey.
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