“Andy Cohen’s Then and Now” was a television series on Bravo that premiered in 2017. The show was hosted by Andy Cohen, a prominent figure in reality television and the creator of the “Real Housewives” franchise.
The series was structured around a retrospective format, with each episode focusing on a specific year or theme from the past. Andy Cohen and a panel of celebrity guests discussed and analyzed various pop culture moments, trends, and milestones that shaped the chosen time. The show provided viewers a nostalgic trip down memory lane, combining personal anecdotes, archival footage, and lively discussions.
“Then and Now” offered a unique blend of entertainment and insightful commentary, highlighting the evolution of pop culture, fashion, politics, and societal norms. It also allowed viewers to revisit iconic moments and gain fresh perspectives on their significance.
Although “Andy Cohen’s Then and Now” had a limited run, it garnered a dedicated fan base and was praised for its engaging format and Cohen’s charismatic hosting. The series provided a fun and informative look at the cultural landscape of previous decades, making it an enjoyable watch for fans of both nostalgia and contemporary pop culture.
The Executive producers of Then and Now include Andy Cohen, Erin Dean, Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, and Tom Campbell.
World of Wonder and Most Talkative Productions produced Andy Cohen’s Then and Now.
Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show. Click on the cast member’s name for more detailed information.
- Andy Cohen
- One or more special guests per episode, discuss their views and experiences from the past.
List of Episodes
Andy Cohen’s Then & Now ran for two seasons with three episodes. Each episode was approximately 42 minutes in length. The show is available to stream online now via Amazon Video.
- Episode 1: 1994 – The first episode focuses on events from 1994, including the death of the lead singer of Nirvana, Kurt Cobain. Also, the show covers the O. J. Simpson murder trial of the century. Next, guests discuss the early days of Amazon.com. Finally, Andy reviews the popular hit show “Friends”, and more.
- Episode 2: 1989 – The 1989 episode focused on Botox, Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, AIDS, MTV’s House of Style, and the fitness culture.
- Episode 3: 2000 – The 2000 episode focused on the internet bubble, Sex and the City, Y2K, and early reality TV shows Big Brother and Survivor.
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