Start-Ups: Silicon Valley is a reality TV show that aired on Bravo in 2012. The series follows the work and person lives of a group of people as they work in the fast-paced tech world of Silicon Valley.
Production Company and Executive Producers
The Start-Ups Silicon Valley series is produced by Den of Thieves for Bravo TV. The executive producers are Eric Detwiler, Evan Prager, Jesse Ignjatovic, and Randi Zuckerberg.
Following is a list of the primary cast member names for the show.
- Ben Way
- David Murray
- Dwight Crow
- Hermione Way
- Jay Holanda
- Kim Taylor
- Michael Gale
- Marcus Lovingood
- Sarah Austin
List of Episodes for Start-Ups Silicon Valley
The Start-Ups Silicon Valley series ran for just one season with a total of eight episodes. Bravo canceled the show due to low popularity and lack of viewership. Currently, there are no plans to revive it, at least not in the same format and definitely not with the same cast. The following is a list of episode titles for the first season.
- E1 – Starting Up – In the first episode, Ben and Hermione Way celebrate their new start-up with a toga party. David Murray and Sarah Austin get ready and try to figure out how Sara is going to get along with Hermione. Dwight and Kim skip the party and go elsewhere. Ben and Hermione have to pitch their start-up to investors the next morning in hopes of securing funding.
- E2 – #Awkward – First, Kim talks about strategy with her boss. Next, Ben and Hermione meet with an investor.
- E3 – Connect / Disconnect – Kim gives Dwight a lesson on dating. In return, Dwight shares what it takes to start a company
- Episode 4 – Restart –
- Episode 5 – Breaking the Code –
- Episode 6 – Last Pitch Effort –
- Episode 7 – Face Time –
- Episode 8 – Unfinished Business –
Watch a brief clip from the show:
Critical Response and Awards
Not surprisingly, the series wasn’t nominated for, nor did it win any awards. The series has a rating of 5.2 out of 10 stars on IMDB and 2.1 out of 5 stars on Amazon Video, which is considered to be below average for most reality shows, especially on the Bravo TV network.
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