'Don't Be Tardy,' 'Rachel Zoe Project' and More Throwback Bravo Shows Heading to Peacock

Fan-favorite shows from Bravo eras past are heading to Peacock later this month.

Get ready to park out on your couch, Bravo fans! Peacock is opening the network's vault to bring dozens of legacy, fan-favorite shows and spinoffs to your nearest small screen. 

Beginning April 15, several past Bravo series will be available to stream, including Shahs of SunsetNYC PrepThe Rachel Zoe ProjectBlood Sweat and Heels and Tabatha Takes Over.

Perhaps the most interesting addition to the Peacock lineup is all eight seasons of Don't Be Tardy..., the Real Housewives of Atlanta spinoff starring now-estranged spouses Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann. The series kicked off with Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding, which documented the couple's preparations for their extravagant wedding, as well as the wedding day itself, before being renewed for its remaining seasons following the family's daily life.

In May 2023, two years after the show's eighth season, the former reality stars each filed for divorce after 11 years of marriage. After nearly two months of contentious back-and-forth allegations, Kroy and Kim surprised everyone when they announced they were dismissing their divorce filings in early July.

However, the following month, Kroy filed for divorce again. Kim responded with a motion to dismiss Biermann's divorce petition, alleging that they were still sleeping together. Kroy alleged that his ex's motion was a "delay tactic."

The former couple have since been engaged in a contentious divorce. Recently, they were ordered to pay $5,000 for a parental fitness evaluator. As ET previously reported, the former NFL player also had his Rolls-Royce repossessed after BMW Financial Services sued him for failing to make payments. He also owed money to his divorce lawyer, according to court documents.

Below is the current list of titles heading to Peacock. The full list will be available on April 15.

Blood, Sweat & Heels, Seasons 1-2
Don't Be Tardy For The Wedding..., Season 1
Don't Be Tardy..., Seasons 2-8
I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding, Season 1
Married to Medicine: Los Angeles, Seasons 1-2
Million Dollar Decorators, Seasons 1-2
NYC Prep, Season 1
The Rachel Zoe Project, Seasons 1-5
The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Kandi's Wedding, Season 1
The Real Housewives of D.C., Season 1
The Real Housewives of Potomac: Karen's Grande Dame Reunion, Season 1
Shahs Of Sunset, Seasons 1-9
Tabatha's Salon Takeover, Seasons 1-3
Tabatha Takes Over, Seasons 4-5
Thicker Than Water, Seasons 1-3
Top Chef: Just Desserts, Seasons 1-2

Meanwhile, Bravoholics can find episodes of their favorite ongoing series available to stream the next day on Peacock. These include extended and uncensored versions of episodes and after-shows, like Summer House: After Show.

The newest arrival to the Bravo universe is the recently premiered The Valley, a brand new spinoff of Vanderpump Rules, which finds VPR alums Jax TaylorBrittany Cartwright and Kristen Doute dealing with the pressures of adult life. The alums feature alongside Kristen's boyfriend, Luke Broderick, and fellow couples Danny and Nia Booko, Jason and Janet Caperna, and Jesse and Michelle Saniei Lally. Bachelor Nation alum Jasmine Goode and Brittany's college pal, Zack Wickham, join as "friends of" the circle. 

Parenthood is a big theme for the season, as Janet and Jason prepare to welcome their first child and Kristen explores her own fertility at 40. But just because Kristen's grown up a lot since Vanderpump viewers last saw her doesn't mean she's lost the feisty spark that became her trademark on the OG show.

"I think everyone deserves second or even third or fourth chances if you are growing, learning, proving through your actions as a person," Doute told ET of her shot at reality redemption at the show's premiere party last month. "Even Jax learned, you know, he deserves another few chances if we are going to see a change."  

"It's a little nerve-racking, but it's so exciting," Doute added of getting back into reality TV. "I think I have just evolved so much... We have our podcast, but I really wanted to showcase our life and wanting to be married, eventually married, wanting to be parents."

For Broderick, signing up for reality TV was a big decision -- as the spotlight is "not even close" to his cup of tea -- but one he made with Doute and their family in mind. "Here is the deal -- this was discussed prior to us dating, making it official, that if we make it a thing, I have to agree to be on camera," he shared. "So I am following through with my side of the deal."

As with Vanderpump Rules, drama is never far from the stars of The Valley. On March 14, days before the premiere of the new series, Cartwright and Taylor announced that they had separated after three years of marriage.

Just a week after the couple announced their split, ET exclusively confirmed that Bravo had picked cameras back up to capture the fallout from the separation. Season 1 of The Valley wrapped last year and it appears the new footage will air at the end of the show's debut season. 

Cartwright told ET that while she doesn't want to share what incident exactly was the catalyst for their separation, she thinks fans will see the build-up throughout the season.

"Throughout the season, you're going to see things here and there and then it just got worse once the cameras went down," Cartwright said. "I just kind of hit my breaking point and I can only take so much after nine years, you know?"

"I don't know how much I can give away right now but just like being put down constantly," she said. "Honestly, I deserve to be lifted up like the queen that I am."

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As for Taylor, he says that he also isn't certain as to what the intended outcome of their separation is. Speaking separately from his estranged wife to ET, the 44-year-old House of Villains star plainly stated that while he can understand why some may believe that it's all a publicity stunt, their struggles could not be more real. 

"I want to make it very clear that this is not a publicity stunt. I feel like this would be the most disgusting way to publicize your show, so I want to make that very clear, that's not what's going on here," Taylor said. "People go through tough things in their marriage, we're trying to figure things out a little bit. But it doesn't stop us working together, we're adults." 

He added that they have had "communication issues going on for a while now" and that in spite of those issues, they are still making it work not only for their son, but for the promotion of The Valley

"It doesn't affect how we raise our child, it doesn't affect our jobs -- we're a brand, we do things together, we're adults," he said. "We just gotta work on marriage a little bit."

The Valley airs Tuesdays on Bravo. 


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