Bravo Media said its first standalone digital series, Going Off the Menu, is set to premiere on April 18 across several platforms, including video-on-demand, BravoTV.com, the Bravo Now app, YouTube and Facebook.
The six-episode series, sponsored by Toyota, follows James Beard Award-winning food documentarian Liza De Guia and Michelin-Rated underground chef Russell Jackson as they track down underground and exclusive foodie experiences in Los Angeles, including invite-only supper clubs to a tire-shop Baracoa.
The first three episodes of the series will premiere on April 18, and the other three will become available on April 25.
Bravo Media noted that it will also distribute the series on NBCUniversal-run sites Today and E!, as well as via “select premium partners” that will also supply extra show content, including The Infatuation and Jetsetter.
“We’re thrilled to satisfy the hunger of our passionate and food-enthused Bravo fans with the debut of ‘Going Off the Menu,’” said Lisa Hsia, EVP of digital for Bravo and Oxygen Media said, in a statement. “The launch of Bravo’s first-ever standalone digital series marks a continued investment in digital video content by the network in an ongoing effort to attract a broader audience of new consumers while also satisfying our core Bravo viewer.”