'Project Runway' struts it way back to Bravo TV
The show filled with designers you love to hate is returning to its original network
The show aired on Bravo for five seasons before the then-producer, The Weinstein Company, stirred up a controversial license fee dispute with Bravo's owners, NBCUniversal, and the show took its business elsewhere.
NBCUniversal's president of lifestyle, Frances Berwick, said in a statement that the network expects the same level of "fan-dom" from the show's reboot as when it all began in 2004.
Andy Cohen, host of the Bravo late-night talk show 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen'—and the first openly gay host of an American late-night talk show—tweeted his excitement about the show returning to his host network, or "home" as he calls it.
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