Frances Berwick was president of Bravo and Style Media, and Bravo’s head of programming, when “Queer Eye” was developed. “ ‘Queer Eye’ became the basis around which we organized, developed and marketed the network,” she says. “Those areas of expertise — fashion, grooming, home design, food and entertaining and pop culture — became our passion points and the affinity groups we still program to. We’ve added a sixth one, digital, which wasn’t as prevalent at the time.” The success of “Queer Eye” helped Bravo launch hits including “Project Runway,” and demonstrate the value of creative risk.
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