Bravo has greenlit “Spy Games,” which follows 10 individuals who will battle it out in the ultimate game of espionage. Hosted by model and martial artist Mia Kang, “Spy Games” is described as a sophisticated strategy-based series in a genre Bravo viewers know and love; competition reality.
The logline: Inspired by a once secret World War II government program called “Station S,” “Spy Games” will follow 10 competitors living together on a compound as they are challenged to figure out the secrets their fellow players are keeping. Training and judging them in the art of espionage are “The Assessors” — Douglas Laux, Evy Poumpouras and Errol Southers — three former intelligence professionals from the CIA, Secret Service and FBI, respectively, who will create missions and tests designed to push contestants to their breaking points as well as determine who stays and who goes home. These bold contestants may think they have what it takes to live out their spy fantasies, but as they’re eliminated one-by-one, they quickly realize this game may be more mentally and physically challenging than they bargained for. However, they all must keep their eyes on the prize since only one contestant can come out on top and walk away with a $100,000.
“Spy Games” is produced by Kinetic Content (part of Red Arrow Studios) with Chris Coelen, Karrie Wolfe, Eric Detwiler, John Saade, David Burris and Andrew Wallace serving as executive producers.