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The People's Couch

The People's Couch

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  • Premiered: 
    October 6, 2013
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  • Network: Bravo
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Based on the UK series (Gogglebox) 
  • Subject Matter: Entertainment
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Plot Synopsis

THE PEOPLE'S COUCH, based on the UK TV series GOGGLEBOX, is a voyeuristic/social series that chronicles American TV fans as they laugh, gasp, cry, and comment about their fave TV shows from the previous week. This taped series features a cross-section of American households, including gay best friends, a group of sorority sisters, multi-generational families, and even stars of Bravo TV series, like Tina, Tarzu, and Tarzie from NEWLYWEDS: THE FIRST YEAR. Bravo premiered three, half-hour episodes on consecutive Sundays at 11:30pm ET/PT from October 6-20, 2013 before taking a five month break. Following the hiatus, THE PEOPLE'S COUCH returned with new episodes on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 11:30pm ET/PT on Bravo, moving from Sunday to Monday nights for five weeks, changing to Tuesdays at 10pm ET/PT starting April 15, and expanding to 60-minute episodes beginning May 6.
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Season 2 premiered on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT on Bravo. The eight-episode second season features one-hour episodes that highlight these returning couch potatoes: event coordinator Kenya and nanny Amanda, who are sisters and roommates with a fifteen-year age difference; best friends Blake, Scott and Emerson, who are all single and not interested in dating each other; Persian sisters Destiney and Cathy, who are inseparable purveyors of pop; parents Andrew and Julie Egber, who welcome sons Sam and Jack into their bed each night for foot rubs, cuddling and fighting over the remote; best friends and writing partners Julie and Brandy, who met on an LGBT cruise six years ago; gaming consultant Joe Resnick and his three adult daughters -- Rachel, Sarah and Nicole -- who all agree that they are daddy's girls through and through; retired neighbors and friends, who are living together in a senior artist community they call Squirrel Hill -- because they are surrounded by a bunch of nuts; parents and life-long sweethearts Princella and Lamont Zeno, who moved from Detroit to California, where son Rashawn and Lamont hope to make it as professional musicians; and many more families and friends from across America.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Studio Lambert
  • Produced by All3Media America