EXCLUSIVE: Andy Cohen Turns Back Time With New Bravo Series, 'Then and Now'


Andy Cohen wants you to go back in time with him -- specifically to 1989, 1994 and 2000. That's at least the premise of his new three-part series on Bravo, Then and Now With Andy Cohen, and ET has your exclusive first look.

Kicking off in December, newsmakers, writers and celebrity guests will join Cohen to explore the nostalgic moments of those three big years in pop culture. They'll talk everything from musical sensations to political movements, court room scandals to Y2K, and -- an Andy Cohen specialty -- the power of reality TV. 

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"This series
is a winner for me because I love looking back on pop culture and news with
people who were actually there," Cohen tells ET. "It's fascinating to hear from them how
the events of yesterday are informing how we're living today."

Some of the famous faces who will be popping up to help Cohen count down the pop culture milestones include Real Housewives stars Bethenny Frankel and Kyle Richards, Julie Chen, Billy Eichner, Kelly Ripa, Connie Chung and Dr. Drew.

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Then and Now is the first series to come out of Cohen's first-look development deal with Bravo and his production company, Most Talkative. As a former news producer, Cohen promises to bring first-hand experience to many of the events covered in the series. 

Episode one premieres Sunday, December 13 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo, and will cover the pivotal pop culture moments of 1994: the O.J. Simpson trial, the launch of Amazon.com, the cultural phenomenon that was Friends and Kurt Cobain's death. 

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Episode two, premiering Wednesday, December 16 at 9 p.m. ET is all about 1989: the birth of Botox, America's step aerobics obsession, the impact of AIDS and the launch of MTV's House of Style

The limited series ends on Wednesday, December 23 at 9 p.m. ET with an hour all about 2000, the year that brought us Google's "Image Search," Big Brother and Sex and the City.

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Check out the first-look trailer for Then and Now above, then watch the video below to get an Andy Cohen fix to hold you over until December.