How do I get Bravo and, if so, on what channel?
If you live in New Zealand, odds are pretty good that you can get Bravo. We’re located on Channel 4 Freeview, or 012 on SKY.
How can I get air dates and times for Bravo shows?
You’ll find complete show listings for today and every day for the next week in BravoTV.co.nz’s show schedule.
Which Bravo shows are broadcast in High Definition?
At this time, Bravo New Zealand only airs in Standard Definition.
Is there insider info about current shows in Bravo’s e-mail newsletter?
Yup. Bravo sends updates every month with details about currently airing shows, including links to exclusive video clips, behind-the-scenes blogs written by cast members, and other articles on BravoTV.co.nz. To get the e-mail newsletter, sign up here.
How do I unsubscribe from Bravo e-mails?
Follow the instructions for un-subscribing at the bottom of each message.
How can I be on a Bravo show?
When casting new shows, Bravo often reaches out to viewers. To apply, check out the latest casting notices.
How do I submit story or show ideas to Bravo?
Because of a number of factors, including volume of mail, employee safety, and legal issues, Bravo cannot accept unsolicited creative ideas or materials.
How do I apply for a job at Bravo?
To see job listings for open positions throughout NBC Universal, including Bravo, go to the careers site.
How do I advertise with Bravo?
Get contact information on the advertising information page.
How do I get press information about Bravo shows?
Press releases, photography, and public relations contacts for each Bravo show are available to journalists via our publicists press site.
Where can I get general information about Bravo?
To find out about the shows on the network, and some history, see our About Bravo page.
If I write to Bravo, will my letter or e-mail get to the Bravo staff?
All e-mails and letters are read by someone at Bravo. Learning what you like and don’t like, when we’ve done well and when we’ve fallen short of your expectations, helps Bravo determine what kind of programs to produce, how best to promote and schedule them, how to keep you informed of changes, and how to build, update, and improve our site. Unfortunately, because we hear from so many viewers, it’s impossible for us to send a personal response to every e-mail. One possible source of a direct response: If you post a comment on Andy’s Blog (the blog written by Bravo exec Andy Cohen), there’s a good chance that he will answer.
ThreeNow & Full Episodes FAQ
Can I watch full episodes of Bravo programing?
Yes. Full episodes are available to watch at ThreeNow.co.nz.
Do I have to create a new account?
If you already have a username and password, you will not need to create a new account. If you have not previously registered an account, you will need to do so with a valid email address.
Is ThreeNow available internationally?
This service is only available to viewers in New Zealand.
What if I forgot my username and/or password?
Simply reset your password on the ThreeNow website.
What is ThreeNow?
ThreeNow is a desktop viewer/app for your mobile or tablet device. It offers a way to watch full episodes of your favorite Bravo shows online the day after airing on TV.
What is the cost of this service?
When are new shows available on this service?
Full episodes for the available Bravo original series are typically available the day after they air on television.
Are shows available in HD?
Technical Questions About Watching Full Episodes
Do I need to have an active Internet connection to access full episodes or the Bravo Now app?
Yes, you will need an active high-speed or wireless Internet connection to access full episodes from your desktop or laptop computer, and the Bravo Now app from your mobile or tablet device.
What web browsers can I access full episode from on my desktop computer?
Full episodes are currently supported on the following browsers:
- Google Chrome 10+
- Safari 7+ – Mac Only
- Firefox 13+
- Internet Explorer 10+
Changes to Timebands and Classifications for Free-To-Air Television
When do the changes take effect?
From 6am NZST, May 1, 2020.
What do the changes entail?
From 1 May 2020 the classification labels for free-to-air television programmes will change from G, PGR and AO, to G, PG, M, 16, and 18.
The times that programmes rated PG and M can play will also change. PG programmes can now screen throughout the day. M certificate programmes can screen from 9am to 3pm during school term time (except on public holidays) and from 7.30pm to 5am. 16 classified programmes can screen from 8.30pm to 5am and 18 from 9.30pm to 5am.
The timebands and classifications on free-to-air television have been updated to reflect the changes in the way we watch television and technology changes. The new classifications bring greater consistency with classifications you see on other platforms such as Pay TV, films and games.
Where can I find more information on the changes?
For further information, timebands and how you can implement parental locks, head to www.safeviewing.co.nz.