Poll shows over 25% of Bravo fans have totally gotten over this long-running show

Bravo is best known for its diamond-studded drama queens, but over the years the network has expanded its reality empire into other locales. From the seedy back alleys of SUR to Atlanta’s medical community, they’ve proven you don’t have to be a homemaker to bring the theatrics with you. Now, several of these offshoots are reaching the groundbreaking Season 10 and beyond, proving they’re not just sitting between Bravo’s flagship apples and pears. They’re even getting critical acclaim: Below Deck spin-off Below Deck Mediterranean was just nominated for two awards at the 2022 Emmys, including Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program.

Of the nominations, Below Deck Med star Capt. Sandy Yawn told Bravo’s Daily Dish: “As the series continues to grow and evolve, we put our heart and soul into filming a show that not only entertains viewers, but also demonstrates that everyone can work in the maritime industry. While Bravo is universally derided for its so-called trash TV, certain shows expose people to underrepresented cultures and professions.

Still, some Bravo viewers are feeling a little jaded. Much like the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there has been an overwhelming amount of content lately and fatigue is starting to set in. Now, a Nicki Swift poll of 574 people has revealed which longtime Bravo Show fans are willing to cut from their rotation.

The reign of Vanderpump Rules is coming to an end

Tom Schwartz once called Scheana Shay a “pirated Kardashian,” but it turns out that’s how some feel about the show they both appear on. Entering its tenth season, Vanderpump Rules took first place in our poll of Bravo shows fans want to cancel, with almost 26% of the vote.

While the poll left no room for comment, there are a few obvious reasons why “VPR” might come out on top. Several of its original stars are gone, like Stassi Schroeder, Jax Taylor and Kristen Doute, all of whom caused most of the drama. Also, most of the remaining cast members are now parents and appear to no longer work at SUR outside of filming. Much of “VPR’s” original appeal was exploring the personal lives of restaurant workers in the ’20s, and that element of the show doesn’t play as much of a role these days.

“Married to Medicine” came in a close second with 24% of the votes. While “M2M” remains one of Bravo’s better offerings, it’s pretty much had the same core cast for years. You don’t have to get rid of anyone, but some new faces would freshen up the dynamic. “Southern Charm” ended up third with 20%, while “Million Dollar Listing” and “Below Deck” rounded out the poll with 17% and 13%, respectively. If you’re still a fan, don’t worry — all of these shows have steady viewership, so it’s unlikely Bravo will be pulling the plug anytime soon.