The Bravo exec and personality (and Out100 honoree) is about to get a lot more famous--Monday Bravo announced that his late-night talk show, Watch What Happens: Live, has been expanded to five nights a week. Additionally, Cohen will give up his role as an executive vice-president of programming at the network and will take a gig overseeing talent and development.
"In my wildest dreams when I started at Bravo seven years ago, I never imagined that I would end up fulfilling my lifelong dream," Cohen said, according to the Hollywood Reporter. "It's the perfect storm--I get to do the three things I'm most passionate about--producing, developing and hosting for a brand that I love."
Bravo honcho Frances Berwick is equally stoked to have Cohen take on a bigger role at the network.
"Expanding Watch What Happens: Live to five nights a week is the natural progression for this hit interactive show, and a testament to Andy's enormous appeal," she said. "It cements Bravo's tentpole in late-night with this one-of-a-kind live, relatable and truly unpredictable format."
And gives Cohen a chance to take in even more of the spotlight he's become accustomed to.