It’s true. Television Without Pity is going to be producing… television (well, the kind that appears on your computer, anyway).
NEW YORK – February 4, 2008 – TelevisionWithoutPity.com, Bravo’s popular website for TV junkies, will introduce video content and an original online series to its line-up of satirical television commentary, recaps and reviews. The video content will stay true to the site’s snarky, tongue-in-cheek take on the hottest television shows, and will roll out over the course of the next few months. TelevisionWithoutPity.com will also air topical specials throughout the year tied to major events in television, and will introduce additional broadband series in the coming months. The site’s first show, “The Week Without Pity,” a unique, irreverent take on the best, worst and addictive guilty pleasures of the week, is available online now.
“Our goal is to make ‘Television Without Pity’ a premiere destination
for TV lovers, and to offer our audience multiple ways to view their
favorite content,” said Mari Katsunuma, Vice President, Digital Strategy, Bravo Media. “The site presents a great opportunity for us to use our voice and create something perfectly on-brand, as well as being a fantastic way to attract a new audience.”
Television Without Pity, the premiere internet destination for the
discerning television “junkie,” is the most recent addition to Bravo’s
portfolio of linked digital assets and broadband properties that include BravoTV.com, BrilliantButCancelled.com, OUTzoneTV.com and getTRIO.com. Television Without Pity provides witty no-holds-barred episode recaps and fan forums for television’s most popular dramas, comedies and reality shows and has penetrated the pop culture television obsessed audience, drawing the devoted attention of viewers and Hollywood producers alike.
Bravo is a program service of NBC Universal Cable Entertainment, a
division of NBC Universal one of the world’s leading media and
entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news and information to a global audience. Bravo has been an NBC cable network since December 2002 and was the first television service dedicated to film and the performing arts when it launched in December 1980. For more information visit www.bravotv.com.