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Bravo (television network)
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Bravo (television network)

Bravo is a cable television network owned by NBC Universal, is currently seen in more than 70 million homes and was the first service dedicated to film and the performing arts when it launched in December 1980. The network originally started out as a movie network, showing various films along with movie-related specials like Inside the Actors Studio. They also show telecasts of Cirque du Soleil and other performances. Bravo also houses reruns of popular NBC shows, like The Restaurant and The West Wing. More recently, Bravo has been running popular shows of its own, like the hit Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Boy Meets Boy.

Bravo has also launched an HDTV network called Bravo HD+. This network is not an HDTV simulcast, but rather has its own schedule and programming.

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The British satellite television channel Bravo is not affiliated with the above.