Bravo has announced the new docuseries “Indian-ish,” which follows several multi-generational families originally from India who are now taking America by storm. Featuring the first-ever all Indian cast in an American docuseries, Bravo takes a peek into the world of this rich subculture under the hot Miami sun. It was announced today by Rachel Smith, Senior Vice President, Development, Bravo Media.
The logline: “Indian-ish” follows several families over three generations who’ve shared close friendships for decades, having all relocated to the Miami area around the same time. These vibrant families are determined to live life to the fullest – centering around the most important values for Indian-Americans: family, success and tradition. With most of the young adults living at home until marriage, a battle often ensues between the parents who are trying to hold on to their cherished customs, and their adult children who are drifting more towards the “American Way.” It is a constant push and pull between their two worlds, often resulting in funny family dynamics that are laugh out loud.
“Indian-ish” is produced for Bravo by Truly Original with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Michelle Schiefen, Ian Gelfand and Michael Meinecke serving as executive producers.