With a keen eye for trends and an insatiable love for pop culture, Andy Cohen helped reshape television viewing in the new millennium. As an executive of original programming and development for the Bravo network, Cohen oversaw the creation and production of a number of hit series, from the groundbreaking makeover program "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" (Bravo, 2003-07), to the Emmy Award-winning reality competition series "Project Runway" (Bravo, 2004-08; Lifetime, 2008- ). In addition to his work as an executive producer, Cohen also hosted various Bravo reunion specials, including the provocative "The Real Housewives of " franchise (2006- ). In 2009, Cohen's late night talk show "Watch What Happens: Live" premiered, with the witty and charming host providing off-kilter commentary on various shows, trading punch lines with Hollywood's A-list, and interacting with loyal viewers. The top-rated program, much like the slew of others he launched on Bravo, established the hardworking Cohen as one of the most visionary and formative television personalities of his time. He parlayed that fame into best-selling books and multimedia ventures ranging from appearing in a Lady Gaga video to launching his own satellite radio channel.