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Bravo Media gets retrospective when Andy Cohen's Then & Now. In each episode, host and executive producer Andy Cohen, alongside his newsmaker and celebrity guests, will dive into some of the biggest moments making headlines today and take a look back at a handful of iconic years in popular culture to ask, "How did we get here?!"From how the 90's Spice Girl phenomenon relates to today's women empowerment movement, to an interesting correlation between WrestleMania and politics, the series will explore epic moments from our collective zeitgeist to examine how they've played a critical role in today's culture. As a former producer at CBS News (1990-2000) and current expert of all things pop culture, Cohen brings first-hand experience for many of the key events featured in the series and gets never-before-heard insider stories from his guests who had a front row seat to era-defining milestones.
The first episode of the three-part series relives the pivotal moments of 1994, including OJ Simpson and the most publicized criminal trial of the century, the launch of Amazon.com and the cultural obsession with the sitcom, "Friends." Cohen delves into the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" LGBT rights movement, among other key events throughout this year.
Part two will focus on 1989 started a revolution - from the birth of Botox to the racial tensions depicted in "Do The Right Thing". Cohen and his celebrity guests will discuss the exercise craze of the year, step aerobics, that paved the way for the thigh master, shake weight, spinning, and boot camps of today, the impact of AIDS on the art community.
Andy Cohen explores important events and trends from 2000, including Y2K, the dot-com collapse, the emergence of reality series such as "Big Brother" and "Survivor" and the link between Jennifer Lopez and Google's image search.
Actresses Kristin Chenoweth and Rosie Rerez and TV personality RuPaul join Andy Cohen to look back at 1997, when Princess Diana died and boxer Mike Tyson took a bite out of Evander Holyfield's ear.
Journalists Anderson Cooper and Gayle King and TV show host Joy Behar join Andy Cohen to look back at 2003, when singer Beyonce left Destiny's Child and singer Michael Jackson appeared in a TV documentary; the guests discuss "The Apprentice.''
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