Bravo maven Andy Cohen is taking a break from herding Housewives to produce this newsy three-part series examining major moments in history and pop culture from three specific years: 1989, 1994, and 2000. “We wanted to pick three different years that had a lot of juicy stuff,” says Cohen, a former CBS producer. Exploring topics like Y2K and the O.J. Simpson trial, he’ll interview guests such as former White House social secretary Jeremy Bernard and journalist Connie Chung. But Cohen promises this isn’t just some stuffy docuseries. “Bethenny Frankel, Heather Dubrow, and Kyle Richards are in the mix too,” he says. “Yeah there are a couple of Housewives. It is a Bravo show.”
Tune in to the first of the three part miniseries about the year 1994 on Then & Now with Andy Cohen at 10PM Sunday, December 13 on Bravo!