Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
|Watch What Happens Live|
with Andy Cohen
|Also known as||Watch What Happens Live|
(until December 19, 2016)
|Genre||Late-night talk show|
|Presented by||Andy Cohen|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||16|
|No. of episodes||1244 (as of May 28, 2017)|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original release||July 16, 2009 –|
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen (abbreviated WWHL, previously named Watch What Happens Live) is an American pop culture-based late-night talk show hosted by Andy Cohen that premiered on July 16, 2009. It features Bravo's own reality programming in the manner of an aftershow and popular culture news. The show's title was inspired by the network's then-slogan, "Watch what happens." The show is produced live from New York City, allowing interaction with viewers by phone and social media. In November 2013, Bravo renewed Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen for two additional seasons. On March 2, 2016, the show aired its 1000th episode. The show celebrated its ten-year milestone in June 2019 with Chrissy Teigen, John Mayer, and Luann de Lesseps making appearances.
- List of programs broadcast by Bravo
- List of late-night American network TV programs
- List of television shows filmed in New York City
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