Jerry O’Connell has landed his own late-night talk show.
He and fellow Stern Show celebrity superfan Andy Cohen are reportedly executive producing a new series called “Real Men Watch Bravo,” which Jerry will also host.
Premiering in the fall, the episodes feature Jerry alongside an all-star panel of male comics, tastemakers, and celebrities as they discuss the week’s most talked-about moments in pop culture and on Bravo shows. The actor, entertainer, and long-time Stern Show guest is a “walking encyclopedia of Bravo history,” according to the series description, making him uniquely suited to lead a show dedicated to men who are “unapologetic Bravoholics.”
“Real Men Watch Bravo” isn’t Jerry's first project with the network, either—he’s currently starring on Bravo’s scripted crime drama “Carter,” on which he plays a disillusioned TV detective who returns to his hometown to start solving real cases.
Andy, meanwhile, wears many hats at the network as not only an executive producer of this new series but also as the long-running host of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” and countless “Real Housewives” specials.
Joining the Stern Show most recently in May, Andy spoke all about his new and ongoing TV projects, as well as Kathy Griffin, Anderson Cooper, and the Met Gala. Catch his full sit down with Howard here.