'Project Runway' set to return to Bravo

"Project Runway" is returning to Bravo!

The reality competition's upcoming seventeenth season will air on the network, it was announced during the NBCUniversal Upfront at Radio City Music Hall on Monday.

"Project Runway" initially premiered on Bravo in 2004 and aired on its original network for its first five seasons through 2008, when it moved to Lifetime. Heidi Klum has hosted every season of the show.

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"We are beyond excited to reboot 'Project Runway' at the network where it all began. Leaning into the creative process in an entertaining way has always been part of Bravo's DNA, and 'Project Runway' perfectly captures that," said Frances Berwick, President Lifestyle Networks, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment. "This franchise will be an important cornerstone to complement Bravo's original premium scripted and unscripted slate, and we expect it to drive the same level of fan-dom and passion as we experienced last time it was on Bravo."

The move was made possible through an agreement between Bravo Media LLC and Lantern Entertainment LLC. Lantern's bid to acquire the assets of The Weinstein Company was approved earlier this month.

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